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Archive: September 24, 2015

Climate activists in Arizona are cheering Pope Francis' visit to the U.S., hoping it will inspire action on the issue. Credit: Nicolo Campo/iStock

PHOENIX - Today, as Pope Francis addresses a joint session of Congress, a group of religious leaders in Arizona is pressing America's leaders to take the pope's call to action on climate change to heart. The pontiff released an encyclical in June that called climate change a global problem with gr ...Read More

The fight over redrawing district maps for the Florida state House and Senate resumes in court today. Credit: Aneese/iStock

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. – The latest round in the fight to end gerrymandering in Florida starts today with a hearing before a circuit court judge in Tallahassee. The judge will have to choose which map best conforms to the constitutional amendment passed by voters in 2010 that mandated districts b ...Read More

While scams have been around for years, there is very little public information on how to avoid getting ripped off. Picture by Jerry Oster.

SIOUX FALLS, S.D. - For more than four decades, Frank Abagnale, a former con artist, has advised the FBI and other law enforcement agencies on how to outsmart con artists. He now has joined the AARP Fraud Watch Network to help consumers avoid getting ripped off. Abagnale says honest people get scam ...Read More

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