Florida’s “brand” and $10-billion economic driver, the citrus industry, could be headed for collapse if stop-gap measures aren’t found to slow citrus greening, said Agriculture Commissioner Adam Putnam.“What we don’t want to see is this catastrophic collapse of a 300,000 acre industry where you have fire sale real estate prices and you end up with a sprawl,” Putnam said.
The United Nations Security Council say it will impose new sanctions on North Korea after its launch of a long-range rocket. Sundays action follows a fourth nuclear test a few weeks ago, and the two acts violate existing sanctions.Here & Nows Robin Young checks in with our security analyst Jim Walsh on what this means.Guest Jim Walsh, Here & Now security analyst and research associate at the MIT Security Studies Program. He tweets @DrJimWalshMIT. Copyright 2016 NPR. To see more, visit src=...