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As Congress gets back to work today, legislators and lobbyists will try to revive stalled legislation on immigration and labor reform. Andrea ...Read More
They do more than three billion dollars' worth of work, and they don't usually get paid. A study from AARP puts a financial value on the work of ...Read More
From New York to Shanghai to Johannesburg, it's one of the biggest parties ever to bring awareness to what many believe is one of the most important ...Read More
Ohio's Congressional delegation has the week off for the Independence Day holiday, and when they go back to work on Monday, they'll face an issue ...Read More
From the 'No Child Left Behind' law to teacher pay and retention, South Dakota delegates had a lot to talk about at this week's national meeting of ...Read More
There will be some sweet and sour thanks for Nevada's U.S. senators today, depending on where they stood on the heated issue of immigration reform ...Read More
For two decades, Oregonians have been singing the blues for hunger, and this year is no different. The 20th annual Safeway Waterfront Blues Festival ...Read More
A new project aims to bring food straight from the farm to the restaurant table in Wisconsin. Rachel Armstrong with the ”Buy Fresh, Buy Local&# ...Read More
President Bush's July fourth visit to West Virginia is getting criticism from local peace activists. Reverend Jim Lewis with Patriots for Peace says ...Read More
A new report from the federal Election Assistance Commission shows Tennessee registers more voters at public assistance offices than any other state ...Read More
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