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PNS Daily Newscast -August 16, 2018 


Trump responds to a critic by revoking the security clearance of a former CIA director. Also on the Thursday rundown: farm groups urge speedy passage of the Farm Bill; and newspapers nationwide publish editorials denouncing anti-press rhetoric.

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Archive: February 29, 2008

Portland, OR - Reacting to allegations of racial profiling by local law enforcement, members of Portland's African-American and Latino communities are planning to teach people how to interact with the police if they are stopped or questioned. The police have been criticized for stopping and searchi ...Read More

Lansing, MI – A U.S. soldier who served in Iraq and an Iraqi citizen are touring Michigan to share their perspectives on the war and their hopes for a peaceful future for Iraq. U.S. National Guard soldier Patty McCann and Iraqi citizen Raed Jarrar were neighbors in Baghdad in 2003 and 2004, t ...Read More

Minneapolis, MN – As the pressure of hunger continues, Minnesota's 26th annual March food drive gets underway this weekend. The goal is to boost supplies at more than 300 food shelves across the state. Campaign coordinator Sue Kainz with Minnesota Food Share says this year's effort is critic ...Read More

New York, NY - Advocates concerned with urban problems feel the presidential campaign is all but ignoring their concerns, such as urban employment and post-industrial decline, especially now that Mayor Michael Bloomberg has declined to get into the race. Andrea Batista-Schlesinger with the Drum Ma ...Read More

Bismarck, ND – The largest minority group in North Dakota is people with disabilities. With Disabilities Awareness Month beginning Saturday, Jim Moench with the North Dakota Disabilities Advocacy Consortium warns that protections laid out in the Americans with Disabilities Act are being eroded ...Read More

Seattle, WA – Washington's prison population increased about 3 percent in the past year, by 565 inmates, bringing the state's total to more than 18,000. That's just one of many grim findings in a new study that says one out of every 100 Americans is now in prison. The Pew Research Institute's ...Read More

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