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Archive: October 16, 2014

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CARSON CITY, Nev. - The Great ShakeOut arrives today in Nevada, one of several states participating in earthquake drills practiced around the world. Craig DePolo, a research geologist at the Nevada Bureau of Mines and Geology, says most Nevadans probably don't realize they live in the third-most se ...Read More

PHOTO: The One Church One School program pairs faith communities and schools to help students succeed in their educational and personal life. Photo courtesy of Rev. Leon Parker, III.

CHICAGO – They say it takes a village to raise a child, and in Illinois, dozens of faith communities are stepping up to help nurture the educational, social and personal development of students. Through the One Church One School program, churches pair up with schools to provide academic, soc ...Read More

PHOTO: A Purdue University researcher says regional medical facilities need to be set up in the U.S. to treat potential Ebola patients. Photo credit: Frederick A. Murphy/Public Health Images Library.

INDIANAPOLIS – Ebola has become a top health concern in the U.S. with the diagnosis of a second health care worker in Texas. Purdue University researcher David Sanders is an expert on the virus and he says regional medical facilities need to be set up in the U.S. to treat potential Ebola pat ...Read More

PHOTO: The EPA is taking comments on a proposed rule that would clarify which waterways receive protection under the Clean Water Act. Photo courtesy of Wild Virginia.

RICHMOND, Va. – Saturday is the anniversary of the enactment of the Clean Water Act, and the federal government wants to hear from the public about the landmark law. In recent years, court decisions have clouded the waters on where the key pollution law applies – especially when it com ...Read More

PHOTO: The Animal Legal Defense Fund (ALDF) has filed a lawsuit against the University of Wisconsin–Madison over what the group claims is lack of transparency regarding its planned testing of baby primates. Photo courtesy of the Animal Legal Defense Fund.

MADISON, Wis. - This "monkey business" is no laughing matter. The Animal Legal Defense Fund (ALDF) filed a lawsuit this week against the University of Wisconsin at Madison, accusing the university of a "lack of transparency" concerning pending research on baby monkeys. Kelsey Eberly, litigation fe ...Read More

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