PNS Daily Newscast - January 21, 2020 

Climate change is on the radar for rural voters in Iowa. Plus, the Senate impeachment rules.

2020Talks - January 21, 2020 

Candidates attended the Iowa Brown & Black Forum in Des Moines, and answered tough questions about their records on race. It was MLK Day, and earlier many were in South Carolina marching together to the State Capitol.

Archive: June 10, 2010

FRANKFORT, Ken. - Eating a little less and exercising quite a bit more sit at the center of a new set of guidelines from Washington aimed at keeping Kentucky kids off the path to obesity. The White House Childhood Obesity Task Force says children need every advantage they can get, including quality ...Read More

SEATTLE - About one in five people on Medicare in Washington spends enough on prescription drugs to fall into the coverage gap known as the "doughnut hole," the point at which government assistance for their drug costs runs out. Starting this week, some Medicare recipients are getting one-time rebat ...Read More

CHICAGO - The U.S. Senate is expected to vote today on a proposal introduced by Alaska Sen. Lisa Murkowski that would prevent the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) from regulating greenhouse gas emissions under the Clean Air Act. According to an analysis by Environment Illinois, passage of the ...Read More

COLUMBUS, Ohio - Thousands of Ohioans enrolled in the Medicare Part D prescription drug plan will soon be receiving $250 checks to help cover the "doughnut hole" coverage gap. While the first checks go out today, mailings will continue every four to six weeks as beneficiaries hit the gap. As these c ...Read More

CHARLESTON, WV - Since the accident that killed 29 miners in April, Massey Energy CEO Don Blankenship has publicly accused the federal Mine Safety and Health Administration (MSHA) of forcing the company to use unsafe ventilation systems. But, according to the federal mine inspector at the Massey min ...Read More

ALBANY, N.Y. - New York State's chief environmental officer has joined with a dozen colleagues nationwide in fighting an effort in Congress that they see as hamstringing the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). Department of Environmental Conservation Commissioner Pete Grannis has written to Sen ...Read More

PORTLAND, Ore. - Oregon is one of the states that sued the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) for not being tough enough on tailpipe emission standards. So when the federal agency determined last year that carbon pollution is a public health threat, Oregon and a dozen other states considered it a ...Read More

HARTFORD, Conn. - Connecticut was among the states leading the charge to clean up air pollution from vehicles while tackling climate change. In 2004, its citizens passed the Clean Cars legislation. Back then, the auto industry opposed that bill. Fast-forward to today. A resolution by U.S. Sen. Lis ...Read More

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