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PNS Daily Newscast - November 15, 2019 


President Trump asks SCOTUS to block release of his tax returns; use of the death penalty is on the decline across the country; and a push to make nutrition part of the health-care debate.

2020Talks - November 15, 2019 


Former MA Gov. Deval Patrick is officially running for president, saying he can attract more Independents and moderate Republicans than other candidates.

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Archive: December 24, 2007

Manchester, NH – The cupboards are bare at New Hampshire food pantries, but it's never too late in the holiday season to help. Donations have been up as usual around this time of year, but demand also has spiked - and it's outrunning supply. Michelle Garron with the New Hampshire Food Bank s ...Read More

Portland, OR – For the growing number of Oregonians who are part of the "Sandwich Generation," holiday visits with family offer a valuable opportunity to face the future as well as recall the past. Mary Ann Hard with Clackamas County Respite Care and Caregiver Support says families should use ...Read More

Boston, MA – A holiday gift for the environment in Massachusetts – that's the way Bay State environmentalists are reacting to Governor Deval Patrick's environmental bond bill. The $1.4 billion measure, unveiled Friday, is the largest such bond bill in the state's history. If it's approv ...Read More

Minneapolis, MN – Celebrate the holidays – but go easy on the food and drink. That's the advice from the American Cancer Society to Minnesotans taking to the roads, rails and skies on the way to holiday celebrations. Take those holiday treats, for example. They're enticing, but not alw ...Read More

Madison, WI – If your kids (and you) are bouncing off the walls this holiday week, the solution may be closer than you think: right outside your door. David Mizejewski with the National Wildlife Federation says parents can turn to a new website for listings of local parks and wilderness areas, ...Read More

Columbus, OH – With students home from school this holiday week, many Ohio families will be looking for ways to cure "cabin fever" and burn off some holiday calories, too. A new nationwide effort aims to help out, by getting kids outside and into nature, over the holidays and all year long. ...Read More

Charleston, WV – With families and friends getting together this week for holiday celebrations, domestic violence experts say it's a good time to offer help and hope to people living with violence and abuse. Angie Rosser with the West Virginia Coalition Against Domestic Violence says thousands ...Read More

Las Vegas, NV – With the rush of post-Christmas sales about to begin, there are still millions of toys on store shelves that pose acute health risks to children, particularly the danger of lead poisoning. A measure before Congress would have tightened toy safety standards, but the Senate start ...Read More

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