PNS Daily News - October 25, 2016 

Here’s what’s happening in today’s rundown: the presidential election camps ramp up their legal teams; an anti-immigrant bill draws opposition from faith leaders; and a report shows demand for organic foods is outpacing what’s on grocers’ shelves.

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SEATTLE – Young people voting for the first time in this election may never see another presidential faceoff like it again. Today in Seattle at ...Read More
RALEIGH, N.C. – Talk of a cleaner environment has been noticeably absent from the presidential debates, with barely a mention amid the talk of ...Read More
SEATTLE – Tonight the Council on American-Islamic Relations will host two debates in Redmond between Washington state politicians. The Office ...Read More
CHARLESTON, W.V. -- Just in time for the election: a free scorecard that runs down the voting record of every state senator and House delegate is ...Read More
DENVER – On this day in 1976, President Gerald Ford signed legislation that changed the way the feds oversee millions of acres of land ...Read More
RALEIGH, N.C. – Sparks flew and tempers flared Wednesday night in the final presidential debate. And while much attention has been given ...Read More
MADISON, Wis. - So far, the presidential debates have provided jabs and accusations but haven't held a lot of substance on many issues important to ...Read More
PHILADELPHIA - Women dressed in black protested Tuesday outside Trump campaign offices in at least 15 cities around the nation. Led by survivors of ...Read More
RICHMOND, Va. - A debate watch party tonight in Richmond is intended as a chance for folks to set aside the bitter taste of the election, and ...Read More
LAS VEGAS - A new study suggests that divisive campaign rhetoric is frightening students, particularly those who fear that undocumented family ...Read More
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