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Archive: November 29, 2013

NEW YORK – Many New Yorkers will be seeing their older relatives this weekend, or during the coming holidays, and advocates for seniors say it's a prime time to really check on them, and see how they're doing if they're living independently. Dave Irwin, senior director of communications with ...Read More

PHOTO: The National Marine Fisheries Service must review its permit that allows U.S. Navy training exercises along the Pacific coast. Research shows using sonar could be adversely affecting orcas and other marine mammals. Photo credit: iStockphoto.com.

SEATTLE - This holiday season may bring a little more "peace on earth" to Washington's famous orcas and other marine mammals along the coast. A federal judge has given the National Marine Fisheries Service (NMFS) a deadline to come up with a new plan to protect sea life from the damaging effects of ...Read More

PHOTO: Anti-hunger advocates say it's important to remember that some Pennsylvanians' needs will stretch far beyond the holidays. Photo credit: publicdomainpictures.net.

PITTSBURGH – Now that the Thanksgiving spread has been cleared in homes and soup kitchens around the state, what's next for Pennsylvanians who face food insecurity on a daily basis? The concern now runs deeper in the wake of this month's reductions in food stamp or SNAP benefits through the ...Read More

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