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Archive: December 15, 2011

AUSTIN, Texas - The holiday season is traditionally the time Americans open their hearts and wallets a little wider for the needy. While most charities are seeing increased demand for their resources and services, they're facing stagnant - or falling - donation rates, according to a report from the ...Read More

SPOKANE, Wash. - It's probably the least well-known of the December holidays, but it's also among the most important - at least in the United States. Today is "Bill of Rights Day," the date 220 years ago on which the first 10 amendments were added to the U.S. Constitution. Those amendments guarante ...Read More

SAN FRANCISCO - The federal agency that manages West Coast fisheries is being sued for failing to protect the small foraging fish at the bottom of the ocean food chain. The advocacy group Oceana claims the National Marine Fisheries Service has set catch limits that cause overfishing of sardines, mac ...Read More

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