The Morning Brew: Tuesday, 4.15



The Department of Labor will release the latest Consumer Price Index tomorrow, and analysts expect rising food costs to continue. (AP)

The White House has authorized $200 million in emergency food aid to try to alleviate the global food-cost crisis.

Is irradiation the key to preventing food-borne pathogens? (Los Angeles Times)

Madonna and the Rolling Stones, after the jump.

Madonna's husband, film director Guy Ritchie, tried the "Cookie Diet" -- and lost interest in sex. (Fox News)

The Rolling Stones are releasing "Sympathy for the Devil" ice wine with a Canadian winery. (KBS Radio)

A lament for a St. Paul stockyard. (New York Times)

-Ian Froeb

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