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PNS Daily Newscast - August 14, 2018 


Omarosa promises more tapes, while CNN reports there are no black White House senior advisors. Also on the Tuesday rundown: North Carolina uses social media to protect the environment; and National Parks billions behind in maintenance.

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The Iraq Wall of Remembrance is on display today in Charleston. The banner features the names of the more-than 3,000 U.S. soldiers who have died in ...Read More
One of the war protestors at Sen. John Sununu's Manchester office yesterday says she did it for the children -- students past, present and yet to ...Read More
"No" is an answer that's made them angry. Parents of Iraq War soldiers, Iraq war veterans and West Virginia community groups are rallying today to ...Read More
Concord, NH - The New Hampshire State House of Representatives approved an Iraq resolution that supporters want U.S. New Hampshire Sen. John Sununu ...Read More
New Hampshire is doing what 20 other states are doing - taking a hard look at the costs Iraq war in terms of lives, and money. There's a hearing ...Read More
Flowers, music and speeches are planned for anniversary events around West Virginia this weekend, but the parties are being attended by folks who ...Read More
This weekend, some Washingtonians will mark the fourth anniversary of the Iraq war by sending pots and pans to Congress. The protest honors late ...Read More
They believe God is making a call that needs to be answered. Priests, pastors and other religious leaders are camping out in New Hampshire Senator ...Read More
Finding treasure among the ashes is the goal of a new project that compares the economic situation of West Virginia's old coalfield towns 60 years ag ...Read More
A religious leader has pleaded "guilty" to trespassing in U.S. Representative Capito's Charleston office, after spending 10 hours in her office ...Read More
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