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Free trade has plenty of opponents on both the left and the right. The standard complaint is that opening up U.S. markets to foreign goods will destroy American jobs and reduce American wages. What the opponents don't acknowledge (or in some cases...
World NowA former Colombian cabinet minister was injured in a bomb blast that killed five people in Bogota on the day that the Colombia-U.S. Free Trade Agreement starts taking effect...
WASHINGTON (AP)— After a week like this, is it any wonder voters are cynical? Within five days of each other, both the president and the campaign of his leading Republican opponent have had to deal with their own "oops" moments of candor....
SomersetThere is much talk in the American media concerning the subject of war. Conservatives call for a war against Iran, citing Iran's hostility to American intervention in the region and to Israel. The major Republican candidates, with the exception of Ron...
MEXICO CITY —Former Mexican President Miguel de la Madrid, who led the country amid economic meltdown and natural disaster in the 1980s but laid the groundwork for freer markets and political opening, has died. He was 77. De la Madrid died Sunday...
McALLEN, Texas (AP) - Melted snow providing water for irrigation had barely begun burbling down a bone-dry Rio Grande toward a thin 4-mile-wide strip of farmland straddling the U.S.-Mexico border when a war of words erupted. Mexico wanted a...
CARTAGENA, Colombia (AP) — The Secret Service sex scandal has spawned X-rated jokes, inspired a spicy song set to a local Caribbean beat, and made an unlikely celebrity of a 42-year-old taxi driver who lives with his mother and now seems to be in...
TAIPEI, Taiwan (AP) - Thousands of Taiwanese farmers staged a raucous protest Thursday against a government plan to allow the import of U.S. beef containing a growth drug, challenging their president to "say no" to Washington. The protest outside the...
Tags: China, European Union, Livestock Farming, Agriculture, Taiwan
You might have missed this while you were busy taking the kids to school and preparing for the holidays, but last fall, two U.S. food labeling programs suffered serious legal setbacks that threaten to confuse consumers and thwart the intentions of the...
Call Washington BureauAs Rick Santorum's poll numbers rise, so do the Mitt Romney attacks. This week the Romney campaign, directly and through surrogates, have attacked Rick Santorum as “big labor’s favorite senator.” But that’s not how Pennsylvania...
Jan. 17 - Direct subsidy payments to America's farmers are on the chopping block as the new farm bill gets written this year, Sen. Tim Johnson, D-S.D., told a round-table group Monday in Rapid City. Johnson repeated what Sen. John Thune, R-S.D., told...
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