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Archive: October 12, 2011

PORTLAND, Ore. - Frustrated folks in at least a half-dozen Oregon cities are part of the "99 Percent" or "Occupy Together" protests that have sprung up across the nation to protest corporate greed and government inaction. Some of the gatherings started last week and are still going on, but those who ...Read More

RESTON, Va. - From soybeans to tobacco, Virginia has a long and rich agricultural history of providing food and contributing to the state's economy. A new report offers ways to help farmers save money and increase their output while also helping the environment. For many Virginia farmers, says Elia ...Read More

LARAMIE, Wyo. - The higher the density of oil and gas drilling, the lower the populations of songbirds, according to a new study. Much study has been done about how oil and gas development in Wyoming affects big game and sage grouse, but those aren't the only species being impacted. The University ...Read More

RALEIGH, N.C. - Feeding people and protecting the environment are two aims that don't have to be at odds on North Carolina farms. Farmers now have seven recommendations for increasing production, reducing costs and minimizing negative environmental impact. A new "Future Friendly Farming" report by ...Read More

DURHAM, N.C. - Fifty-three North Carolina seniors today are taking a hands-on approach to potential cuts to their Social Security and Medicare benefits. They boarded a bus early this morning for Washington to tell their congressional representatives about the impact cuts would have on their well bei ...Read More

DES MOINES, Iowa - Nearly 231,000 women will be diagnosed with invasive breast cancer this year. Roughly 2,100 will be in Iowa, resulting in nearly 400 deaths. Breast-cancer death rates have been dropping steadily since the 1990s, although a growing disparity between outcomes remains depending on ...Read More

NEW YORK - Hundreds of older New Yorkers are in Washington today to deliver a clear message to the deficit-reduction "super committee": Don't cut Medicare or Social Security. James Arnold, an AARP-New York executive council volunteer and one of many seniors still working to support his family, says ...Read More

NEW YORK - Buffalo residents fighting what they call a home energy crisis drove across the state Tuesday to talk to a Public Service Commission member they say has been dodging them. About a dozen demonstrators wanted to discuss their dispute with National Fuel Gas, which levies a surcharge on cust ...Read More

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