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The Huffington Post - Ronnie Cummins, the outspoken founder of the Organic Consumers Association, believes the Monsanto Doctrine is an appropriate legal characterization of what he calls "genetically modified democracy." Cummins...
Source: Washington Place
A senior U.S. diplomat was scheduled to meet Tuesday with Venezuelan officials to jumpstart dialogue between the normally hostile governments as the socialist-run nation is torn apart by daily food protests and a campaign to oust...
Cape and Islands NPR - In fact, it might not be allowed to impose limits if it would cost too much. As a result, the Union of Concerned Scientists estimates there are currently 80-100,000 chemical substances in commercial...
Source: NBC News
How much does Zika virus infection raise the risk of birth defects? Are women who have Zika symptoms more likely to have babies with birth defects than women who don't have symptoms?
The U.K.’s membership of the European Union hung in the balance as politicians went into the final day of campaigning ahead of Thursday’s referendum.
June 22, 2016 Janet Yellen's Senate Testimony in Two Minutes - videoSource: Bloomberg
Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen discussed Fed policy and economic conditions before the Senate Banking Committee in Washington on Tuesday. Here are excerpts.
June 21, 2016 As Fears of Brexit Ease, Wall Street ThrivesSource: NY Times
United States stocks rose sharply on Monday as investors grew hopeful that Britain would remain in the European Union.
The U.S. has curbed hacking by China’s military. The trouble is the battle may be moving to another front.
June 21, 2016 Brexit plan for financial world' Cross your fingers
El Paso Inc. - But if Britain failed to secure a deal, commerce with Europe could be governed by the terms of the World Trade Organization, which gives member nations the authority to impose potentially steep tariffs on imports....
Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen will probably face a grilling about the shortcomings of monetary policy when she testifies before Senate and House lawmakers in Washington Tuesday and Wednesday.
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