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Just a couple weeks out from the Iowa caucuses and New Hampshire primary, four Senators are being pulled off the campaign trail for the impeachment trial of President Donald Trump.

Archive: December 18, 2015

An animal-rights group says Illinois is once again leading the nation in legal protections for pets. (AlinaGolovko/Morgufile.com)

SPRINGFIELD, Ill. - For the eighth year in a row, Illinois is topping the list of states that are doing the most to bolster animal-protection laws. A new report from the Animal Legal Defense Fund shows that, overall, the country is doing better by its pets - but especially Illinois. Lora Dunn, staf ...Read More

Science teacher and current VEA President Meg Gruber says the governor's ed budget is good in a lot of ways, but needs to do more on teacher pay. (Virginia Beach Education Association)

RICHMOND, Va. - Virginia teachers like the reinvestment Gov. Terry McAuliffe's budget makes in public education, but they say the governor did not do enough when it came to pay raises. McAuliffe's just-announced budget would add $570 million to help schools and districts keep up with costs and hire ...Read More

A new report from the Annie E. Casey Foundation makes recommendations to help states improve the lives of children in foster care. (deegolden/morguefile)

PHOENIX - Children in foster care need to have the same kinds of life experiences as do other kids to increase their sense of belonging and to succeed as adults, according to new research. A report from the Jim Casey Youth Opportunities Initiative, part of the Annie E. Casey Foundation, is designed ...Read More

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