The story of John Duarte and 450 acres in Northern California is a complicated matter. The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers says it’s a tale of a clear violation of the Clean Water Act. Duarte, on the other hand, says the real story is about assumptions and overreach by the government.“I call it peeling the onion because this thing goes so many layers deep,” he says.
Major American retailers have been selling premium-priced sheets purportedly made of Egyptian cotton — a byword for luxury in linens — but that may in reality be woven with lower-quality cotton blends. Read moreRead More »
Ag groups have been busy writing letters asking President Donald Trump to protect agricultural trade, protect the Renewable Fuels Standard, deal with mergers, or protect the country from the impacts of climate change. Read moreRead More »