Leading food and beverage experts and industry surveys give us some interesting insights to what the 2014 food world will look like. It seems the year's food trends will be matching American diversity all the way with an eclectic blend of tastes and cuisines to offer a full...
Tuesday's election in Florida for a U.S. House seat provides the first indication of how voters are leaning in 2014 and the effectiveness of the two parties' competing messages in this midterm election year.
Conservative groups are intensifying pressure on House Republicans to overhaul immigration laws this year as the push for legislation becomes more urgent.
Harry Reid isn't on Nevada's ballot this year, but he may as well be. The shrewd Senate majority leader is putting the strength of his formidable political machine behind a Democratic candidate for lieutenant governor whose fate could have major implications for Reid's own...
The North Dakota oil boom is creating major headaches for the region's farmers, as both the oil and grain industries put huge strains on rail service on the Great Plains.
An open mind and real interest in local culture can make the difference between success and failure for companies looking to enter local markets, says Ingredion's new EMEA vice president and general manager Martin Sonntag.
Estimates of dietary exposure to inorganic arsenic in food have been lowered after the European Food Safety Authority looked again at data.
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