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PNS Daily News - January 16, 2017 


Today’s rundown highlights several stories including: a celebration of Dr. King’s messages of economic-justice, service and civic action; faith communities speak out against torture; and a famed circus is closing its curtains after more than a century.

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OAKLAND, Calif. -- Martin Luther King Jr. Day has deep significance for many Americans this year with the fulfillment of what some thought an ...Read More
PORTLAND, Ore. — Despite efforts from politicians such as Oregon Sen. Ron Wyden to have a report on the CIA's torture program declassified ...Read More
SEATTLE – Federal agencies have released a draft plan for how to recover the grizzly bear population in the North Cascades region of Washington ...Read More
SEATTLE — Today, Americans celebrate the legacy of Martin Luther King Jr. with marches in Washington state and across the country. A hero of ...Read More
SANTA CRUZ, Calif. - President Barack Obama on Thursday announced the expansion of two national monuments in California - California Coastal National ...Read More
BELLINGHAM, Wash. - As debate in the nation's capital continues over repealing the Affordable Care Act and ending Medicaid expansion, rural ...Read More
SEATTLE - President Obama on Thursday released an historic memorandum calling on public-lands agencies to be more inclusive of America's increasingly ...Read More
BILLINGS, Mont. – A new report from the Bureau of Land Management highlights the many issues with the federal coal production program. The ...Read More
SEATTLE - Conservation and fishing groups are calling for a halt to spending projects on four lower Snake River dams that they say could be torn down ...Read More
OXNARD, Calif. – Community groups from Oxnard showed up at a California Energy Commission hearing last night to voice their concerns about a ...Read More
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