Experts come before an FDA panel to debate the regulation of nanomaterials — teeny-tiny particles that are increasingly used in thousands of consumer products like face creams, eye shadows and sunscreens. Janet Babin reports.
For the first time, in China a woman tops the list of the nation's 500 richest people. Zhang Yin is worth a cool $3.4 billion according to the annual Hurun Report, and her story is literally rags to riches. Jocelyn Ford reports.
A new study finds the lion's share of federal money that supports farm subsidies and research is going to big farms. That could leave small and medium-sized operations out in the cold, Amy Scott reports.
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