Monsanto 'pulls out of Europe'
Posted: Friday, July 19, 2013
Major GM food company Monsanto 'pulls out of Europe'
Monsanto, one of the world's biggest and best known genetically modified crops companies, is effectively pulling out of Europe, The Daily Telegraph can disclose.
Frankenstein food firm 'quits' Europe: U.S. giant surrenders in face of public suspicion over its pesticide-resistant GM crops
Detroit files for Chapter 9 bankruptcy
The city of Detroit filed the largest municipal bankruptcy case in U.S. history Thursday afternoon...
In Detroit Bankruptcy, It's the Poor Who Lose
City's rush towards bankruptcy spurs fears of further privatization, service gutting, poverty
Bradley Manning 'aiding the enemy' charge is a threat to journalism
Without an informed and free press, there cannot be an enlightened people. That's what this trial is really about
The NSA Admits It Analyzes More People's Data Than Previously Revealed
Bradley Manning trial judge refuses to drop 'aiding the enemy' charge
Defence team 'extraordinarily disappointed' after Col Denise Lind declines to throw out charges against WikiLeaks source
Long Time Coming: Marissa Alexander, AJ Bohanan and Our Enduring Racism
Trayvon Martin could have been me 35 years ago', Obama says
President addresses death of unarmed black teenager in personal remarks, and admits US is still not a post-racial society
Trayvon Martin parents urge Obama to review case with 'fine-tooth comb'
Tracy Martin and Sybrina Fulton give first interviews since verdict and speak of their 'shock and disgust' at Zimmerman acquittal
'Shocked and disgusted': Trayvon Martin's parents break their silence on Zimmerman verdict to say people forget he just acted like a 'scared kid' that night
Charles Barkley On Zimmerman Trial: "I Agree With The Verdict"
Jesse Jackson: 'Inclination' To Treat Florida As 'Apartheid State'
TSA searches valet parked car
She says she had no warning that someone was going to search her car after she left to catch her flight. So the woman contacted News10NBC.
General Dempsey says U.S. considering use of force in Syria
U.S. Army Gen. Martin Dempsey tells Congress military presented President Barack Obama with options for the use of force in Syria.
Former CIA Milan chief held in Panama over abduction of Egyptian cleric
Robert Seldon Lady was convicted in absentia by Italian court for 2003 abduction of Hassan Mustafa Osama Nasr in Milan
Indiana's Anti-Howard Zinn Witch-hunt
Howard Zinn, author of A People's History of the United States, one of the country's most widely read history books, died on January 27, 2010. Shortly after, then-Governor of Indiana Mitch Daniels got on his computer and fired off an email to the state's top education officials: "This terrible anti-American academic has finally passed away."