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Ten Moroccan women who worked as pickers have filed suits complaining of sexual harassment and assault, rape, human trafficking and labor violations.
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Animal control officials in Orange County, N.C., haven’t seen an emu on the loose in a decade. An owner has not yet come forward to claim the emu.
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New York State, take note: Even the most pro-worker law in the country is ineffective if no one uses it.
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Villagers see economic opportunity. The world sees a beloved species disappearing. What does a reporter see?
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The owners of Bothwell Ranch have sought to sell it to housing developers. Others want it preserved as a historic site.
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The disparity over the large-scale purchases has raised questions about whether the United States offered up too much in order to de-escalate the trade war.
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The drop in prices is leading poppy farmers to seek work in the United States and other places.
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Already facing a deep economic crisis, the country is seeing food production shrink drastically as mismanagement and American sanctions make gasoline scarce.
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The yogurt company is teaming up with Fair Trade USA to create a label that would signal that the milk it used came from farms that treated workers and cows humanely.
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Readers discuss being a “climate refugee” from Miami, the need for bipartisan action and paying farmers for carbon capture.

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