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Giuliani says Trump will likely start preparing for a sit-down with Robert Mueller. Also on the rundown: A new report says SNAP changes would require a massive expansion of bureaucracy; and in the West, there's a win for sage grouse.

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Archive: April 27, 2018

Clergy have been gathering stories from immigrant detainees inside of a jail in The Dalles. (Yanely Rivas)

THE DALLES, Ore. – A year ago, federal immigration detainees at a county jail in The Dalles engaged in their first hunger strike over conditions in the facility. This weekend, advocates for immigrant rights and faith leaders from around the state will be back to highlight the stories of detain ...Read More

The National Week of Conversation offers people the chance to speak about politics with less vitriol and more civility. (StockSnap/Pixabay)

ASHLAND, Ore. – People from each side of the political fault line are coming together for the National Week of Conversation this week. Friday in Ashland, a forum is opening up the dialogue on political correctness. The event is part of the "Finding Our Way Conference," which aims to bring so ...Read More

Polls show nearly 85 percent of the U.S. population, including Republicans, Democrats and Independents, believe money has too much influence in politics. (dukeengage.duke.edu)

SANTA FE, N.M. – Some very diverse groups will be getting together in Santa Fe on Saturday, determined to find common ground and goals. The event is part of a series of national conversations to encourage civil discussion instead of polarizing debates. The "Achieving a Fair Political System" ...Read More

U.S. Senate hopeful Don Blankenship has just finished a one-year prison sentence related to the Upper Big Branch Mine disaster. (Don Blankenship for U.S. Senate)

CHARLESTON, W. Va. – Controversial coal baron Don Blankenship has drawn national attention with his U.S. Senate run - but polling and conversations with voters suggest he won't shake his criminal conviction for endangering miners. The former Massey Energy CEO served a year in prison for mine- ...Read More

According to Maryland Hunger Solutions, older people who donít know where they will get their next meal are five times more likely than their food-secure peers to suffer from depression. (Pixabay)

BALTIMORE – While hunger is a persistent issue in America, one group of people that many may not immediately recognize as struggling are senior citizens. According to Feeding America, more than 5 million seniors are facing hunger. Sixty-three percent of households with seniors find themselve ...Read More

Tennessee is leading many neighboring southern states in the reduction of opioid prescriptions and,  most recently, legislation to work to curb addiction. (Twenty20)

NASHVILLE, Tenn. – This week, Tennessee stands out among many other states in the country – with the most comprehensive and restrictive laws around opioid prescriptions. The legislation (Senate Bill 2257/House Bill 1831) proposed by Gov. Bill Haslam in January became law this week and ...Read More

Tettegouche State Park is considered a highly resilient area in a changing climate. (Doug Kerr/Flickr)

ST. PAUL, Minn. – With climate change becoming a larger and larger headline, many wonder what their part of the Midwestern landscape could look like in 20 years. A new study by The Nature Conservancy aims to answer some of those questions and show what can be done to help areas adapt. Meredi ...Read More

After an accident, patients may have some medical expenses covered by lawsuits. But that doesn't mean they can't use their health insurance, too, Nevada law now says. (Jaromir Chalabala/Twenty20)<br />

LAS VEGAS, Nev. – If you're hospitalized after an accident, shouldn't you be able to use your health insurance to cover the bills? Recent changes to Nevada law are designed to address that issue. Previously, when someone was transported to a hospital after a car accident in Nevada, the hospi ...Read More

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