The good news is we are growing, winning progress and getting stronger. If we continue our progress, 2016 will begin the era where the mass social movement cannot be ignored.
Jackson County, Oregon wins new protections against cultivation of genetically engineered crops.
"I can't decide if I am more surprised that the world hasn't already ended (and this is some phantom universe), that America hasn't fallen on its face, or that Hillary sounds more liberal than ever."
College sophomore Maria Rose Belding is helping connect more than 200 large-scale food banks nationwide through her online database.
Here we have selected 16 stories that represent the most exciting food trends for 2016.
The provision sets a specific timeline as to how long environmental reviews should take, setting the limit to just under half a year.
When an unstoppable underground fire meets radioactive waste in Missouri — nobody really knows what happens next.
One of the biggest stories of 2015 was the sharp decline of oil prices, which fell this year to levels not seen in more than a decade.
The egg industry has fought the legislative mandates, arguing that banning cages will cost producers and consumers more, without improving animal welfare.
Oregon wildlife officials took wolves off the state endangered species list in November.