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Japan to Resume Importing U.S. Wheat

Earlier this month, Japan halted imports of western white and feed wheat from the pacific coast ports after unapproved genetically modified crops were found in an unplanted field in Washington

Falling Food Prices Hurt Farm Belt

The U.S. is on pace to continue the longest stretch of falling food prices in over 50 years. While the lower prices are a boon to shoppers, it’s putting serious pressure on the farm economy. The

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Chris Brown Arrested….Again

After holing himself up inside his mansion and taking to social media to declare his innocence, Chris Brown was arrested for suspicion of assault against a woman who clamed he pointed a gun in her

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Trump to Visit Mexican President

Ahead of his widely anticipated speech about imigration, Donald Trump will meet with Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto today.  An invitation went out to both candidates, but Trump will

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Apple May Owe Big in Euro Taxes

Roughly 90% of Apple’s foreign profits are earned by Irish subsidiaries, according to The Financial Times, and the company has paid a corporate tax rate of less than 1% in some years. The