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First Lady Has Food Industry in a Frenzy

Michelle Obama's push for better nutrition is bringing sweeping changes to agriculture, manufacturing, commerce, schools, and American homes.

Stabenow Harvests Fresh Clout From Farm-Bill Success

Senator's hard-won respect is largely due to her hither-to unknown management prowess.

Why Is the Farm Bill Finally Ripe for Passage?

After three years of conflict, it looks like harvest time for the embattled legislation.

How Cheap Corn and Wheat Could Cost the GOP

The survival of many congressional Republicans could depend on their ag-policy votes.

A Lesson in Humanity From Bob Dole

The former Republican leader worked with one of the Senate's most liberal members on hunger issues.

Farm Bill Is Closer Than Many Think

So much work has been done that no one wants to give up on the conference committee that resumes work this week.

Farm-Bill Conferees Focus on Food-Stamp Fight

Will the federal government really throw millions of hungry people off these benefits?

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First Lady Has Food Industry in a Frenzy

Michelle Obama's push for better nutrition is bringing sweeping changes to agriculture, manufacturing, commerce, schools, and American homes.

Stabenow Harvests Fresh Clout From Farm-Bill Success

Senator's hard-won respect is largely due to her hither-to unknown management prowess.

Why Is the Farm Bill Finally Ripe for Passage?

After three years of conflict, it looks like harvest time for the embattled legislation.

How Cheap Corn and Wheat Could Cost the GOP

The survival of many congressional Republicans could depend on their ag-policy votes.

A Lesson in Humanity From Bob Dole

The former Republican leader worked with one of the Senate's most liberal members on hunger issues.

Farm Bill Is Closer Than Many Think

So much work has been done that no one wants to give up on the conference committee that resumes work this week.

Farm-Bill Conferees Focus on Food-Stamp Fight

Will the federal government really throw millions of hungry people off these benefits?

Show More