President Trump has signed an executive order to keep meat processing plants open, but a number of the facilities are currently closed due to outbreaks of COVID-19. What does the pandemic's disruption mean for U.S. agriculture -- and the health…
In our news wrap Tuesday, the teachers’ strike in Los Angeles may be over. After the union and the school district tentatively agreed on a deal, allowing teachers to return to work Wednesday, Mayor Eric Garcetti praised how the city…
What’s the beef with beef? As plant-based meat startups try to chop the meat from our diets, beef is seen as bad for the land, air and the body. But that’s not the full story. Economics correspondent Paul Solman takes…
By PBS NewsHour
WASHINGTON — Beijing will open its borders to U.S. beef, while cooked Chinese poultry is closer to landing on American supermarket shelves under a U.S.-China trade agreement.
By Martin Crutsinger and Jill Colvin, Associated Press
By Mary Clare Jalonick, Associated Press
The government will soon require labels on packages of beef tenderized by machines so shoppers know to cook it thoroughly.
The "modern day 'roadside' burger stand" that started in New York is now global.
More than 100,000 demonstrators took to the streets of Seoul to protest a proposed deal allowing U.S. beef imports and taking to task the teetering government of President Lee Myung-bak. A regional expert explores the core issues behind the protests.
The Food and Drug Administration recently approved meat and milk from cloned cows as safe for human consumption. However, some observers believe the FDA's decision was hasty and more study of the issue is needed. Tom Bearden reports on the…
On Wednesday, a federal judge in Montana postponed the March 7 reopening of U.S. borders to Canadian shipments of cattle and beef products. Fred de Sam Lazaro of Twin Cities Public Television looks at the debate.
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