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The latest Trump child-detention policy sparks harsh criticism. Also on the Thursday rundown: New York sues the EPA over Hudson River PCBs.

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Archive: October 7, 2014

Photo: Attorney Annika Brock and her partner Elaine Potter of Asheville were married last year in Vermont, but say they are looking forward to having their marriage recognized by their home state. Photo courtesy: Annika Brock.

RALEIGH, N.C. - With the U.S. Supreme Court opting not to review appeals court rulings in seven states regarding same-sex marriage bans, groups like the ACLU and Equality N.C. say legally recognized same-sex marriages could happen in North Carolina in a matter of days. The U.S. Supreme Court decisi ...Read More

PHOTO: Rebate checks for many New York families may already be in the mail, and AARP and other consumer advocates warn residents to be on the lookout for scam artists who may call claiming they can help recipients get their checks more quickly. Photo credit: Mike Clifford.

NEW YORK - Checks will soon be in the mail for many New Yorkers who are due tax rebates from the state, and consumer advocates warn this is a prime time to be on guard for scammers. According to Chris Widelo, associate state director of AARP New York, many families who have at least one dependent a ...Read More

Photo: The GLBT Community Center of Colorado is among dozens of organizations across the U.S. supporting same-sex couples as they pursue their right to marry. Photo courtesy: GLBT Community Center of Colorado.

DENVER - The U.S. Supreme Court's decision to take no action on appeals court rulings in seven states on same-sex marriage is spurring action among Colorado's county clerks, as they prepare to issue licenses to same-sex couples. Mindy Barton, legal director for the GLBT Community Center of Colorado ...Read More

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