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Mueller clears Trump of coordinating with Russia, but leaves the door open to obstruction of justice. Also on the Monday rundown: A look at how federal food assistance helps people looking for work. Plus, are you driving a salvaged car?

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Archive: October 18, 2018

The western bee, formerly one of the most widespread native bees, has lost 84 percent of its historic population. (Stephen Ausmus USDA/ARS)

SACRAMENTO, Calif. – Four types of California's native bumblebees could be wiped out if nothing is done, according to conservation groups that this week petitioned the state to put the bees on the state endangered species list. Experts say bees are in big trouble because habitat has been los ...Read More

Former California Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger helped pass anti-gerrymandering rules in the Golden State, and will rally for similar reforms in Michigan on Saturday. (Nate Mandos)

EAST LANSING, Mich. – Actor and former California Republican Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger will headline a rally on Saturday to promote Proposal 2, the anti-gerrymandering measure on the November ballot. Schwarzenegger, known for his starring role in "The Terminator" movies, will appear at Ann ...Read More

Critics of Washington state's tax system say it's overly reliant on sales tax, which places a larger burden on low- and middle-income people. (Lifestock/Twenty20)

SEATTLE – Washington state has the most regressive tax system in the nation, meaning low and middle income Washingtonians pay an oversized share of their wages in taxes, according to a new report. The report from the Institute on Taxation and Economic Policy finds people in the top 1 percent ...Read More

Missouri has a much higher rate of families without health insurance than states that expanded Medicaid. (Pranidchakan Boonrom/Pexels)

ST. LOUIS – A snapshot of poverty in Missouri shows progress, but also a huge number of families struggling to survive. The Missouri Poverty Snapshot from Empower Missouri and the Coalition on Human Needs shows the portion of low-income folks fell by more than half a percentage point since 2 ...Read More

From Valley Forge to local parks, the Land and Water Conservation Fund has supported more than 1,500 projects in Pennsylvania. (ljwong/pixabay)

HARRISBURG, Pa. – A federal program vital to conservation efforts in Pennsylvania expired last month, but there's bipartisan support for its permanent authorization. Since 1964, the Land and Water Conservation Fund has brought $315 million to support more than 1,500 projects in the Keystone ...Read More

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