The U.S. House Agriculture Committee has approved a bill that could ban all mandatory GMO labeling in the United States. H.R. 1599, the Safe and Accurate Food Labeling Act of 2015 would not require food companies to disclose their use of genetically modified ingredients. Under the bill, companies that want to indicate that a product is “GMO-free” may still do so.
Details have come out on the death of Black Confederate activist Anthony Hervey, who was being pursued by antagonists when the vehicle he was driving flipped over.
The Obama administration is proposing regulations that would increase the price of a dishwasher by nearly $100, cost jobs, and do little to improve the environment.
Three groups filed suit against the Transportation Security Administration last week over its controversial body scanners, claiming that the agency has forged ahead with the use of the machines without the required regulations.