PNS Daily Newscast - August 22, 2019 

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: August 4, 2016

New York's new law will allow up to 12 weeks of paid family leave. (Vitamin/

NEW YORK — New York State has become a national leader for workplace policies that support families. A new state-by-state analysis by the National Partnership for Women and Families gave New York an “A-," just slightly below first-place California. Vicki Shabo, vice president of the or ...Read More

A judge has ruled against a plan to explore mining claims in the Frank Church - River of No Return Wildnerness. (Idaho Conservation League)

YELLOW PINE, Idaho - Conservation groups got a big win Wednesday as a federal judge ruled against a mining company plan to build roads and drilling pads in the Frank Church - River of No Return Wilderness in central Idaho. A coalition of groups including Earthworks, the Idaho Conservation League, ...Read More

AARP’s Disrupt Aging program challenges people to find new directions in their lives once they reach retirement age. (Neyya/iStockphoto)

PHOENIX -- Americans are aging differently than they did a generation or two ago, and AARP is working to not just help people live longer, but also better. AARP CEO Jo Ann Jenkins said she is on a mission to "Disrupt Aging," by helping people 50 and older overcome the stereotypes of aging and rede ...Read More

Maryland is one of the states with the highest percentage of female lawmakers. (

ANNAPOLIS, Md. – Many supporters of Democratic Party presidential nominee Hillary Clinton say a win for her is a win for all women. Maryland Delegate Aruna Miller says there's been a lot of rhetoric about both Clinton and Republican nominee Donald Trump, and there are some who say they will ...Read More

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