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Trucking Industry Looks To Women To Help Alleviate Driver Shortage

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The meatless Impossible Burger is pictured at Little Donkey in Cambridge, Mass. Boston Globe/Boston Globe via Getty Images hide caption

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Big Beef Prepares For Battle, As Interest Grows In Plant-Based And Lab-Grown Meats

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Lab-Grown Meat Draws Big Investors — And Big Opposition

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Livestock Industries' Wishlist: No Dead Animal, No 'Meat' On The Label

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Should Trump Rhetoric Be Considered In Kansas Bomb Plot Sentencing?

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Death Toll Continues To Rise In California Wildfire, As Does The Number Missing

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A drug specialist in the Mexican army shows crystal methamphetamine paste seized at a clandestine laboratory in Mexico's Baja California in August. Much of the meth sold in the U.S. today comes from Mexico, according to DEA officials. GUILLERMO ARIAS/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Methamphetamine Roils Rural Towns Again Across The U.S.

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Among at least some rural Americans, pragmatism may now be superseding traditional disdain for government and the prizing of rugged individualism. Angela Hsieh/NPR hide caption

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Rural Americans Are OK With 'Outside' Help To Beat Opioid Crisis And Boost Economy

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Farmers Swept Up In Trade Wars Remember '80s Grain Embargo

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How The Agency That Gave Us 'Government Cheese' May Aid U.S. Farmers

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Can A New Business Model Save Small-Town Papers?

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Tariffs On Canadian Newsprint Choke Already Troubled American Papers

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Hog farmers worry that they will pay a hefty price if there's a trade war with China. Red Cedicol/EyeEm/Getty Images hide caption

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U.S. Farmers Likely To Be Among Hardest Hit By Chinese Tariffs

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Linda Brown Dies. She Was At The Center Of Brown v. Board Of Education

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