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PNS Daily Newscast - August 10, 2020 


The U.S. tops 5 million COVID-19 cases; and the latest on the USPS mail slowdown.


2020Talks - August 10, 2020 


Sunday was the sixth anniversary of the police killing of Michael Brown. Tomorrow, Rep. Ilhan Omar faces off against a primary challenger in MN, plus primaries in CT, VT and WI. And a shakeup at the Postal Service.

Archive: April 10, 2012

NEW YORK - It's not the best mix for quality, according to a new report: More children making their way into state-funded pre-kindergarten classrooms, but a lot less money to support early education. Dr. Steve Barnett directs the non-partisan National Institute for Early Education Research, and hi ...Read More

ANN ARBOR, Mich. - A resolution by Oklahoma Republican Senator James Inhofe has scientists in Michigan concerned. Inhofe is trying to use the Congressional Review Act to block the EPA's new regulations on mercury emissions from power plants. More than 100 Michigan scientists have signed and sent a ...Read More

ASHEVILLE, N.C. - The severe budget cuts to North Carolina's early childhood education programs seen last year are already making their mark, at least when it comes to perception of the state's programs. A report released today by the National Institute for Early Education Research finds that North ...Read More

PHOENIX - It's not the best mix for quality, according to a new report: More children making their way into state-funded pre-kindergarten classrooms, but a lot less money to support early education. Dr. Steve Barnett directs the non-partisan National Institute for Early Education Research, and his g ...Read More

BISMARCK, N.D. - The wind-energy industry in North Dakota and the U.S. is in a holding pattern, as manufacturers await word on the fate of the national production tax credit. The CEO of Denali Energy, Curt Johnson, says that if lawmakers would truly study its impact, they would approve an extensio ...Read More

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