Agriculture

Panel supports bill to help Hawaiians keep ancestral land

Apr 4, 2018

A Hawaii Senate committee has passed a bill that would force landowners into mediation before they are allowed to file lawsuits to acquire small parcels awarded to Hawaiian commoners during mid-19th century land reforms

Lawsuit blames pork giant for noxious farm smells

Apr 3, 2018

The world's largest pork corporation is facing the biggest threat in decades to its low-cost, high-volume method of raising animals by discharging liquefied waste over croplands

As whales fade, movement they spawned tries to keep up hope

Apr 3, 2018

North Atlantic right whales are facing the threat of extinction within a generation, and the movement to preserve them is trying to come up with new solutions

Tyson Foods, Tesla and Live Nation sink; Humana climbs

Apr 2, 2018

Tyson Foods, Tesla and Live Nation Entertainment stumble while Humana and Commvault rise

Markets Right Now: Tech woes, trade tensions sink US stocks

Apr 2, 2018

Stocks closed sharply lower on Wall Street as technology companies took heavy losses and investors worried about escalating trade tensions with China.

Fire destroys historic farm, 2 houses, kills 23 farm animals

Apr 2, 2018

Vermont fire officials say a blaze that destroyed a historic family dairy farm and two homes and killed 23 cows and calves was an accident

Buffett son criticizes President Donald Trump's border wall

Apr 2, 2018

Investor Warren Buffett's oldest son has joined the border security debate with a book criticizing President Donald Trump's proposal to build a massive wall along the Mexican border

Trump's call for tariffs creating anxiety in the farm belt

Mar 31, 2018

There is growing unease in Iowa over President Donald Trump's plan to impose tariffs on a range of Chinese goods

Industrial-scale pork on trial in federal nuisance lawsuits

Mar 31, 2018

A federal lawsuit starting next week in the country's No. 2 pork-producing state is the first of a string of cases deciding whether open-air animal waste pits are such a nuisance that neighbors can't enjoy their own property

Could enemies target undersea cables that link the world?

Mar 30, 2018

There is rising concern about the vulnerability of more than 400 undersea cables that carry information across the world

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