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President Trump rattles the Middle East, saying the U.S. will recognize Israel’s authority over the Golan Heights. Also on our Friday rundown: A judge blocks laws limiting the power of the new Wisconsin governor. Plus, momentum builds across party lines to abolish the death penalty.

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Archive: October 1, 2014

PHOTO: October is Attachment Parenting Month, and this year marks the 20th anniversary of Attachment Parenting International. Photo credit: Spirit-Fire/Flickr.

NASHVILLE, Tenn. - Attachment Parenting International is celebrating its 20th anniversary, and while the times have changed tremendously for families in Tennessee and across the nation in the past two decades, the group's board president says most of the main philosophies of parenting really have no ...Read More

PHOTO: Although Genesis Wildlife Sanctuary was forced to close its Beech Mountain facility, it has continued to host educational programs, participating in events such as this one at Grandfather State Park. Photo courtesy Genesis Wildlife Sanctuary.

BEECH MOUNTAIN, N.C. - After a five-year fight, a North Carolina wildlife sanctuary has won the right to return to its home and also recover more than $200,000 in damages from the town it calls home. For more than 11 years, Genesis Wildlife Sanctuary rescued and rehabilitated wild animals in Beech ...Read More

PHOTO: Faulty ramps to emergency shelters should become things of the past when the next disaster strikes New York City, thanks to a settlement agreement delivered to a federal judge in New York. Photo courtesy CIDNY.

NEW YORK - A federal judge's decision will produce radical and life-saving changes in the way New York responds to natural disasters, according to local advocates. Federal Judge Jesse Furman on Tuesday accepted a settlement agreement that mandates big changes in the way New York City responds to na ...Read More

PHOTO: The Bdote Learning Center is immersing students in the Dakota and Ojibwe languages, so they don't disappear as other Native American languages have. Photo courtesy of Bdote Learning Center.

MINNEAPOLIS - As the number of speakers fluent in Native American languages continues to fade, a Minnesota school like few others in this nation is helping to keep those languages alive. The Bdote Learning Center in Minneapolis is a year-round charter school where the students are immersed in eithe ...Read More

PHOTO: Almost half of Utahns support same-sex marriage being legalized in the state, according a new survey. Photo courtesy of Freedom To Marry.

SALT LAKE CITY - Forty-nine percent of people in Utah support same-sex marriage being legalized in the state, according to a new poll. Evan Wolfson, president of Freedom to Marry, said the bipartisan poll also found that 67 percent of Utahns want the U.S. Supreme Court to rule on the issue of same- ...Read More

Photo: A report released today indicated technology jobs have the highest potential for salary growth in 2015. Image courtesy: Robert Half International

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. - How can you boost your bottom line in 2015? A report released today indicates the answer for some could be a career change. Technology careers are paying big dividends compared with other job sectors. The report from human resources consulting firm Robert Half International proj ...Read More

PHOTO: A new AARP Ohio Voter Guide provides information on the governor's race and all 16 Congressional races on the November ballot. Photo courtesy of AARP.

COLUMBUS, Ohio - The election is slightly more than a month away, and a new resource is available that could help prevent voters from feeling left in the dark about the candidates' positions on important issues. AARP Ohio releases its 2014 Voter Guide today. Volunteer state president Mike Barnhart ...Read More

GRAPHIC: Proximity to a high-risk chemical facility is part of the school day for 19.6 million kids who attend schools in so-called vulnerability zones, according to a new report. Image courtesy of Center for Effective Government.

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. - Schools are supposed to be a safe place to learn, but a new report finds that hundreds of thousands of Missouri kids attend schools inside what chemical companies call a "vulnerability zone." The level of risk associated with a particular chemical facility has to do with the q ...Read More

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