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Iran threatens to exceed the uranium enrichment limit agreed to under a 2015 nuclear deal. Also on today's rundown: More results of a new report on children's well-being; and a North Carolina Jewish congregation returns to its synagogue after sharing a local church.

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Archive: October 22, 2013

Photo: Lopez-Ramirez is one of dozens of Coloradans featured in the

DENVER - In the aftermath of President Obama's address on the state of the Health Exchange and the Affordable Care Act, Colorado Consumer Health Initiative and ProgressNow Education are introducing a new campaign encouraging citizens in need of coverage to sign up for the state's exchange. The campa ...Read More

PHOTO: Idaho is featured in a new report that finds states are changing juvenile justice laws to keep kids out of adult prisons. The Campaign for Youth Justice compiled the legislative changes. Photo courtesy CFYJ.

BOISE, Idaho – Idaho is featured in a new report that finds states are changing juvenile justice laws to keep young people out of adult prisons. The Campaign for Youth Justice compiled the legislative changes, noting that the Gem State now directs juveniles to juvenile facilities even when t ...Read More

IMAGE:Leaders from labor, immigration, faith, women's health, business, sports and voting-rights movements will join LGBT families, leaders and allies at an equal-marriage rally today at the state Capitol. Image: march logo.

SPRINGFIELD, Ill. - As the fall veto session of the state Legislature begins, several thousand Illinoisans will descend on Springfield today to show lawmakers their support for the freedom to marry. Governor Pat Quinn will join LGBT families and allies, along with leaders from labor, immigrant, busi ...Read More

PHOTO: President Obama's pledge to fix the technical issues plaguing healthcare.gov will help New Mexico and several other states. Image courtesy of the U.S. government.

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. – President Barack Obama's pledge to fix the technical issues plaguing healthcare.gov will help New Mexico and several other states. Obama is promising to improve functionality on the website where Americans are trying to enroll in the Affordable Care Act (ACA). New Mexic ...Read More

ILLUSTRATION: Saturday is the 12th anniversary of signing the Patriot Act, and some believe the government may have gone too far in its efforts to combat terrorism by conducting surveillance in violation of the Bill of Rights, according to privacy advocates. Courtesy Free Press.

WASHINGTON – Revelations by leakers Julian Assange and Edward Snowden have shown U.S. government agencies such as the NSA may have violated Americans' right to privacy, according to advocates who are going to march and rally in Washington this weekend to protest. Adwoa Masozi of the Bill of ...Read More

PHOTO: The current minimum wage is no longer able to keep Michigan families out of poverty, but a new report finds that raising the wage will have broad benefits for the state's economy. Photo courtesy of freestockimages.com.

LANSING, Mich. - With unemployment hovering around 9 percent, how to create jobs and stimulate Michigan's economy is the big question, and one organization says part of the answer could lie in raising the state's minimum wage. A new report from the Michigan League for Public Policy finds that increa ...Read More

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