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Mueller reported to give Barr three weeks' heads-up that he would not make a conclusion on Trump obstruction of justice. Also on the Tuesday rundown: Poverty figures into student literacy. Plus, natural-gas waste is higher than average on Navajo lands.

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Archive: July 19, 2010

GREENSBORO, N.C. - It's a story that seems like it was ripped from the script of a TV movie, but for a North Carolina immigrant this tale of abuse sheds light on the many challenges immigrants face when the system breaks down. As part of a plea agreement, a Durham immigration officer admitted to thr ...Read More

MADISON, Wis. - A Wisconsin political watchdog group says the state's system of re-drawing political boundary lines every 10 years is unfair and rigged in favor of the incumbents. Mike McCabe, the executive director of the Wisconsin Democracy Campaign, says legislators draw the boundary lines to inc ...Read More

COLUMBUS, Ohio - Are they too lenient, or too tough on gun owners? Opinions about Ohio's firearms laws run the gamut. But on Sunday, another prayer vigil was held in Ohio. The monthly gatherings, now held in Columbus and Toledo, honor the memories of people who die in shootings. The Ohio Coalition ...Read More

TACOMA, Wash. - Washingtonians are being asked to sound off about the state budget at a series of four hearings beginning tonight in Tacoma. You don't have to be an economist or a labor leader to add your two cents' worth - or, in this case, two minutes's worth - of testimony. Each meeting starts wi ...Read More

CHICAGO - Officials in several suburban Chicago and downstate communities are beginning to ask questions about a big investment they've made in what they had hoped would be inexpensive clean energy. The communities entered into a multi-year contract to pay for the Prairie State Energy Campus in Wash ...Read More

NEW HAVEN, Conn. - Twenty-three cities and towns in Connecticut have developed detailed plans - called "blueprints" - for quality care and education of young children. In New Haven, early childhood education advocates won a $500,000 per year federal grant to expand the number of slots for the younge ...Read More

PHOENIX - This year's candidates for the Arizona Corporation Commission will be tossing around terms like transmission facilities and renewable energy standards. The watchdog group Arizona PIRG (Public Interest Research Group) has put together a briefing book for voters, available on line, to help d ...Read More

PORTLAND, Ore. - A U.S. House committee has taken the first step to reauthorize federal food programs, from school and summer lunches to nutrition help for low-income mothers and young children. For more than a year, the programs' fate has been up in the air and their funding runs out at the end of ...Read More

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