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Just a couple weeks out from the Iowa caucuses and New Hampshire primary, four Senators are being pulled off the campaign trail for the impeachment trial of President Donald Trump.

Archive: October 5, 2012

PHOTO: Stock photo of Obama

MIAMI - An increasing number of Florida Latino voters are supporting President Obama while Republican candidate Mitt Romney's numbers are slipping, according to a survey released Thursday. The survey, from Latino Decisions and America's Voice, found that 61 percent of Latinos polled support Obama, ...Read More

PHOTO: Hunter in tree stand. Courtesy U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service

COLUMBUS, Ohio - Threats to conservation are a priority for Ohio's hunters and anglers on par with gun rights, according to a national poll released Thursday. While sportsmen tend to be conservative politically, the poll found that many are split-ticket and independent voters who want to know where ...Read More

PHOTO: Panel Discussion at Commit!Forum2012, October 3rd in New York City. Courtesy: Mark Scheerer

NEW YORK - What happens when social activists and corporate executives are thrown together in a conference setting over two days in a Wall Street meeting place? The people who put together Commit!Forum2012 say good things happen, and that the world moves a little bit toward a better place. The for ...Read More

PHOTO: John Day Dam. Courtesy of U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Northwest Division.

PORTLAND, Ore. - Dams, locks and levees on waterways in the Northwest and across the nation are in bad shape, according to a new government report by a national panel of engineers and scientists. The report says the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers has had an inadequate maintenance budget for so long t ...Read More

PHOTO: Charleston Lawyer and senate candidate Josh Martin says he would push legislation to block convicted rapists from suing for parental rights in family court.  Courtesy of the campaign.

CHARLESTON, W.Va. - A candidate for the state Legislature says he wants to press for a law that would prevent rapists from claiming visitation and other parental rights to a child fathered through sexual assault. Senate candidate Josh Martin, a Charleston lawyer, says he would push legislation to b ...Read More

Stock photo of President Obama

LAS VEGAS - A new survey of Latino voters finds President Obama is well in front of Republican challenger Mitt Romney, and actions the president took this summer appear to be a big factor. Obama has solidified his lead with 78 percent support among Latino voters in Nevada compared with 17 percent f ...Read More

GRAPHIC: Parents are becoming more comfortable having “The Talk” with their teenagers, but half of parents say they’re still not fully comfortable discussing sexuality with their sons and daughters.

PHOENIX - Parents are becoming more comfortable having "the talk" with their teenagers, but half of parents say they're still not fully comfortable discussing sexuality with their sons and daughters. according to a new national survey. The poll, commissioned by Family Circle magazine and Planned Pa ...Read More

Angell at basic training, Ft. Sill, OK. Courtesy Ryan Angell.

AUSTIN, Texas - The nation's wars may be winding down, but many returning veterans are still fighting for their lives. Suicide and mental-illness rates are skyrocketing, and those who left the service on bad terms are missing out on standard benefits - just when they need them most. An estimated on ...Read More

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