Sarah Hyland took a page out of pal Taylor Swift's handbook Sunday night.
The "Modern Family" star arrived at the Teen Choice Awards in an a...
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There's a new hemp trend sweeping the nation and it has nothing to do with those beaded friendship bracelets from the '90s.
Twenty-three states hav...
SEFFNER, Fla. — As the sun rose on a chilly central Florida morning Wednesday, strawberry farmers ran sprinklers in hopes of insulating the tend...
The battle has already begun over the direction of America's broken food and farm policy and how to shape it in the next farm bill.
When we think about biodiversity, we rarely think about food. But the diversity within crops is notable agronomically and culturally. And like other biodiversity, it's endangered.
Now with parts of Haiti in ruin and perhaps 200,000 people dead, the tree-planting and the soil sampling have halted. But the catastrophe makes it more critical than ever that Haiti be re-greened.
Where will your next slice of apple pie come from? What if it came from apples you've never tasted before that were grown in your city? In Chicago, this hypothetical could soon be a reality.
People do not need God. I'd go a step further than Einstein's plea -- one echoing through the New Atheists, as they've been dubbed: not only is the idea too vast for our minds, it's an unnecessary hypothesis.
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