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Tonight's the last debate before the South Carolina primaries, but it's also the last before Super Tuesday, which includes California and its 494 delegates.

Archive: November 19, 2013

PHOTO: Thousands of homeowners are cleaning up after powerful storms ripped through the state earlier this week, but experts warn against rushing into repairs that sound too good to be true. Photo courtesy of Mona Shand.

SOUTHFIELD, Mich. - The massive storm system that moved across their state Sunday and Monday has left many Michiganders dealing with damage and destruction to their property. Although the rush is on to make repairs, experts say it's critical to take the time to avoid being scammed. Natural disasters ...Read More

PHOTO: The Salvation Army of Southern Nevada is feeding a lot more people after cuts to the program once known as Food Stamps started. Image courtesy of The Salvation Army of Southern Nevada.

LAS VEGAS – The Salvation Army of Southern Nevada is feeding a lot more people after cuts to the program once known as food stamps took hold in early November. Benefits from the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Prgram, or SNAP, dropped by 5 percent. Leslee Rogers, public relations officer ...Read More

Photo: Welcome sign from gathering at the Patchogue Artspace to introduce Immigrant Nation interactive story telling tool at beta.immigrant-nation.com Photo credit: Maria del Mar Piedrabuena

NEW YORK – It is a new tool for building connections between newly arrived immigrants and their long-term neighbors in New York, and all it takes to help out is to upload your family story to a new interactive website. Maryann Sinclair Slutsky, executive director of the immigration advocacy g ...Read More

Public education advocates say a new charter school bill takes control away from communities.

HARRISBURG, Pa. - A wolf in sheep's clothing: That's how a Pennsylvania public education advocacy group describes a bill in the state legislature that would change the way charter schools are authorized to operate. According to Susan Gobreski, executive director of Education Voters of Pennsylvania ...Read More

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