Monsanto Was Ordered to Pay $2 Billion in a Cancer Lawsuit. There Are 13,000 More Plaintiffs.
This is the third strike against the agribusiness giant, now owned by Bayer.
PepsiCo Tells Farmers: 'Join Us or Grow Other Potatoes'
How plant patents work in the U.S. and India.
A California Jury Found Roundup Caused One Man's Cancer in a 'Bellwether' Case
A legal expert says the decision doesn't bode well for Bayer, which is facing thousands of pending cases over Roundup.
A Former Monsanto Executive Could Be the Next U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Director
Aurelia Skipwith is a biologist and lawyer who's been with the Department of the Interior since April of 2017.
E.U. Approves Use of Controversial Weed Killer for Five Years
Monday's decision follows a move to ban glyphosate in Europe by 2022.
Why the Addition of a Warning Label to Roundup Matters
Nathan Donley, a staff scientist with the Center for Biological Diversity, discusses the harmful side effects of the glyphosate.
Close Encounters With GMOs: The Good, Bad, and Glow-in-the-Dark
Do we owe every comfort and balm of our modern age to experiments that skirt the edges of what we believe is right and good?