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The Senate health care bill floundered without enough GOP support and Harvard Square rejected yet another pizza shop. All that and more from Tom Keane's weekly news roundup.
The greasy fried dough is a Navajo staple. But it's also a source of poor nutrition on a reservation labeled a food desert by the U.S. government.
Whether it's strawberries, raspberries, blueberries or blackberries, summer is berry season.
Friday and Saturday, Camp Verde, Arizona, will celebrate its annual Cornfest. The town prides itself on having the best sweet corn in the state. But almost 50 years ago, it hardly had any.
Here & Now resident chef Kathy Gunst brings examples of different kinds of basil, as well as recipes for a summer tomato and basil soup and stuffed basil leaves, and her takes on caprese salad and pesto.
Clearly, Dad was not only going to survive, writes Lisa Craig, he would do so with style -- just as my mom had taught him.
Journalist Amy Ettinger has traveled from coast to coast to visit stores, farms and more in search of everything ice cream. She's recorded her findings in a new book, "Sweet Spot."
Fasting has become a more popular way for people to quickly lose weight and improve their health, but is it the best approach to meet those goals?
We're celebrating the founding of America with stories of invention and innovation.
Thanks to some bad weather, many U.S. farmers are facing a peach crisis.
"Fancy" cheeses are increasingly crowding the dairy refrigerator shelves at grocery stores across the U.S. That could be a good thing for small farms offering up new varieties of cheese.
Hot dogs are a staple of summer barbecues, but they're also notoriously bad for you.
President Harry Truman once called the town of McLoud, Oklahoma, the "blackberry capital of the world."
The meal delivery kit company is not profitable, and 60 percent of new subscribers quit after six months, according to the research firm S3 Partners.
Our resident chef Kathy Gunst has been thinking of new ways to serve grilled veggies for the upcoming Fourth of July holiday.
High-end and low-end restaurants are booming, but those in the middle like Applebee's are not doing well.
The vertical farming industry is predicted to reach almost $6 billion in revenues within the next five years.
Over the past few weeks, some Ramadan observers in Southern California have been breaking their daily fast with tacos.
Many of us remember trips to the grocery store when we were growing up -- riding in the carriage with our parents as they waffled between Cheerios or Wheaties, this brand or that.
Cherry season has begun, and Here & Now resident chef Kathy Gunst has been experimenting with the fruit's sweet and savory sides.