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  • High on the Hog: From snorting pig to global product

    CLINTON, N.C. Thousands of special hogs shipped from North Carolina to Japan each year are born and raised on farms in a region southeast of Raleigh roughly the size of Delaware. But trucks eventually haul the pigs to a Smithfield Foods packing plant, where they scamper into a metal chamber at the end of a 5-foot-wide chute.
  • 20 years after summit, Americas have made progress

    The following editorial appeared in the Miami Herald on Wednesday, Dec. 9. ���� When President Bill Clinton and 33 other heads of state held a milestone Summit of the Americas in Miami 20 years ago this week, they committed...

    A day with Commerce Secretary Penny Pritzker

    A day with Commerce Secretary Penny Pritzker
    Penny Pritzker could have just walked by. But she didn't. U.S. Sen. Mitch McConnell — her boss' archrival, the Kentucky Republican who will assume control of the U.S. Senate in January — was sitting there, behind a newspaper, waiting,...

    A Word, Please: Some definitions provide options

    Sometimes it seems like grammar is all darned-if-you-do, darned-if-you-don't propositions. If you say "Who are you visiting tomorrow?" some people will look down on you for not using "whom." But if you use "whom," others will think you're out of touch (at...

    A Word, Please: There's correct, and then there's also correct

    A Word, Please: There's correct, and then there's also correct
    Sometimes it seems like grammar is all darned-if-you-do, darned-if-you-don’t propositions. If you say “Who are you visiting tomorrow?” some people will look down on you for not using “whom.” But if you use “whom,”...