Sergio Garcia worked his way through college and law school.
"Richmond rhymes with enrichment," Gayle McLaughlin, the mayor of the California city, boasts on the city's website. In reality, Richmond does not rhyme with enrichment. The slogan, however, is apt for the first American city poised to seize mortgages by eminent domain. City pols claim that the scheme is legal because the city would pay "fair market value" for private property in the furtherance of public good. Call the scheme Richmond Hood, in honor of Robin of Sherwood Forest.
In just a few days, Congress will come back to Washington, D.C. and Rural America is counting on passage of a comprehensive, multiyear Food, Farm and Jobs Bill as soon as possible.
It sounds like science fiction when you first hear about it, but some people see it as a way of addressing both animal welfare issues and environmental concerns. I'm talking about growing meat cells for human consumption from stem cells harvested from a cow. This so-called "cultured beef" recently was unveiled in London by a group led by Mark Post, a physiologist at the Netherland's Maastricht University.
Each year on Labor Day, we take time to reflect on the productivity of America's workers and our responsibility as a nation to support their efforts.
Come October literally hundreds if not thousands of tons of "food" will be plowed under throughout the Central Valley.
Wildfires, they say, are getting worse.
Here's how you know the California prison inmate hunger strike is a stunt, if a dangerous stunt: The strike to protest security housing units in California prisons began with 30,000 participants; Jay Leno, Susan Sarandon and other celebrities signed a letter that denounced the SHU as "solitary confinement" and "torture." As of Thursday, the count was down to 79 inmates, including 44 who had fasted continuously.
Manteca is not New York Mayor Mike Bloomberg's kind of town.
Face it. You are Jim Carrey and you are the star of "The Truman Show."
John Carney is a 31-year-old pursuing a master's degree in fine arts at the University of Maine.
This week, the U.S. Department of Agriculture announced more than 630 new projects across the country under the Rural Energy for America Program. These new projects will help producers and businesses boost their bottom line, while increasing America's energy security and protecting our environment.
I am underwater.
We've all heard it before. Whether you read it online, heard it from a friend, or skimmed it through an article in the latest fitness magazine issue, nutrition is an essential component when trying to shed those extra pounds.
Thirty years later, I still remember the presentation.
I'm ashamed to call myself a Hoosier. Not since Indiana native and then Vice President of the United States of America Dan Quayle used fictional television character Murphy Brown as an example of the evils of single motherhood have I felt so ashamed of my Indiana roots.
Copperopolis residents are worried sick.
The 87th annual Academy Awards shouldn't be confused with entertainment.
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