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Archive: November 5, 2014

PHOTO: Providing food for all, stewardship of the land and emerging technologies are being examined today through the lens of religion, at the Faith, Food and the Environment symposium. Credit: Deborah C. Smith

FORT SHAW, Mont. - Providing food for all, stewardship of the land and emerging technologies are being examined today through the lens of religion at the Faith, Food and the Environment symposium in St. Paul, Minnesota. Eric Bergman and his wife, Audra, run a small, direct-market farm in Fort Sha ...Read More

Nearly 700,000 Arkansans are being recognized as a

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. - Nearly 700,000 Arkansans are being recognized as a "silent army" for the work they do as caregivers for aging parents, spouses and other loved ones so they can avoid ending up in institutional-care facilities, which are costly. Today, AARP is kicking off its "I Heart Caregivers ...Read More

PHOTO: As political pundits analyze the impact of the midterm election, political insiders are gearing up for the 2016 elections. Photo courtesy of Thinkprogress.org

DENVER - After enduring months of campaign ads, Coloradans are waking up today and learning how the candidates and issues they favored in this midterm faired. But today barely marks a break in the action for political insiders, as they now ramp up for the 2016 Presidential election, explains Jill H ...Read More

PHOTO: There will be little rest for the weary in Florida politics, with candidates gearing up for the 2016 Presidential election. Photo courtesy of Center for American Progress

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. - Floridians are waking up today to discover the outcome of their state and local races. While there may also seem to be a reprieve from the barrage of campaign ads, candidates and their staffs are hard at work preparing for the 2016 presidential election. With Senator Marco Rub ...Read More

Photo: North Carolina's U.S. Senate race encouraged turnout among voters across the state, and set a record when it comes to campaign spending. Photo credit: S. Carson

RALEIGH, N.C. - After enduring months of campaign ads, North Carolinians are waking up today and learning how the candidates and issues they favored in this midterm fared. But today barely marks a break in the action for political insiders. Jill Hanauer, president and CEO of Project New America, say ...Read More

PHOTO: Arizona's new standardized test for public school students won't change much if the state does not restore K-12 funding to pre-recession levels, according to Andrew Morrill with the Arizona Education Association. Screenshot is from the Arizona Department of Education website.

PHOENIX - Restoring funding to Arizona's public schools to pre-recession levels is as important as modern teaching tools, such as the state's new standardized test called AzMERIT. That's according to Andrew Morrill, president of the Arizona Education Association. He says the state continues to set ...Read More

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