Fear and Anger Remain for Slaughterhouse Workers After Coronavirus Scourge

GREELEY, Colo. — Tin Aye died without ever laying hands on her newborn grandson. Through her six decades of life, she endured a harrowing exodus from her homeland in Myanmar while pregnant with her only child, followed by 15 years in a refugee camp. She and her daughter, San Twin, managed to forge new lives […]

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Beef Prices Are Soaring, But Cattle Ranchers Aren’t Cashing In

SHEPHERD, Montana — Judging from the prices at supermarkets and restaurants, this would appear to be a lucrative moment for cattle ranchers like Steve Charter. America is consuming more beef than ever, while prices have climbed by one-fifth over the past year — a primary driver for the growing alarm over inflation. But somewhere between […]

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