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Giuliani says Trump will likely start preparing for a sit-down with Robert Mueller. Also on the rundown: A new report says SNAP changes would require a massive expansion of bureaucracy; and in the West, there's a win for sage grouse.

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Archive: December 11, 2006

Helena, MT - Buying toys from even the most well-known companies is no guarantee of toy safety, according to the author of this year's "Ten Worst Toys" list. Examples of toys that are hazardous to children are featured every year, and they're easy to find on Montana store shelves, according to attor ...Read More

Helena, MT - A "green" Christmas can mean more "green" in your checking account, too. Products like inexpensive and energy-saving holiday lights that use light-emitting diodes (LEDs) can save big bucks on energy bills, according to Sierra Magazine Lifestyles Editor Jennifer Hattam, who has tips for ...Read More

Denver, CO - Taking some extra precautions around the house this season could prevent a holiday tragedy. Shelly Wallace with Energy Outreach Colorado says this time of year, while people are taking extra measures to heat their homes, they should be taking extra precautions, too. "Make sure that you ...Read More

Boston, MA - Is it a race against time in Massachusetts to get the lights and the tree up for the holidays? The Sierra Club has a few tips for your holiday decorating this year -- tips that will give the environment a generous gift, and keep more of the "green stuff" in your wallet as well. For i ...Read More

Des Moines, IA - From high-definition televisions to new computers, you may be happy about the new electronics under the Christmas tree this year. But high-tech gifts raise at least one important question for the recipient: what to do with the old equipment that's being replaced? Amy Horst with Met ...Read More

St. Paul, MN - Minnesota seniors have until the end of the year to sign up for prescription drugs through Medicare "Part D," or change their current plan with the program. John McCalley with the AARP of Minnesota says it's a good opportunity, but the clock is ticking. "They have an open enrollment ...Read More

Las Vegas, NV - While the holidays are known for splurging, there are some easy ways Nevadans can cut back on waste and litter. The Sierra Club's Lydia Ball says Nevadans can save as much as $50 on their monthly utility bills with one simple change. "We can buy energy-saving holiday lights, which a ...Read More

New York, NY - New York ranks 40th when it comes to providing low-income students with free or reduced-priced breakfasts, according to a new report from the Food Research and Action Committee (FRAC). FRAC's Lynn Parker says not only are schoolchildren missing out on an important meal, but the state ...Read More

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