Read more about the discussion topics on Sunday's Melissa Harris-Perry. Full story
"Hiller's," a Detroit, Michigan grocery store says their in-store signs differentiating between "genetically modified" and non-GMO food provides a service to their customers. WDIV's Ruth Spencer reports.
NEW YORK — Food. It's among the most fundamental of human needs. But, over time, it has also entered the realm of high-tech, intellectual property, big business and environmental and social justice concerns. All the while, the world's population of hungry mouths is growing. Full story
NEW YORK — The increasing power and accessibility of genetic technology may one day give parents the option of modifying their unborn children, in order to spare offspring from disease or, conceivably, make them tall, well muscled, intelligent or otherwise blessed with desirable traits. Full story
The Food and Drug Administration responded to concerns of drug-resistant bacteria on Wednesday, calling on drug companies to limit the use of antibiotics in feed for farm animals. Gary Hirshberg, chairman of Stonyfield Farm, joins The Dylan Ratigan Show, warning about other hidden ingredients in you
The UP panel continues the conversation on the Bangladesh disaster and workers’ rights. They debate whether companies need to care more about who produces their products.