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A Massachusetts aid group is one of few with access to Gaza City after its violent takeover more than two weeks ago. Hamas took control of the city ...Read More
Today more Coloradans are trying to be at "one with the wilderness," or at least live nearby, and that means the threat of wildfire is greater than ...Read More
Congress will decide this year whether to reauthorize the controversial No Child Left Behind Act, and they can expect some advice this weekend from ...Read More
Legislation being introduced today would make housing available to more Minnesotans. Chip Halbach with the Minnesota Housing Partnership says it ...Read More
For a busy chef or restaurant owner, it's a lot less hassle to order everything from a big food broker rather than seeking out small, local ...Read More
AARP has studied the value of family caregivers and concludes it is worth billions. Anthony Carroll with Iowa AARP says 92 percent of caregivers ...Read More
Tennessee moms waving American flags and serving up apple pie. It's an early 4th of July celebration today as immigrant mothers and their kids ...Read More
For many families, it's a secret that shouldn't be kept -- their children may be eligible for public health care, and they don't know it. As ...Read More
California has to keep re-writing the record books when it comes to mortgage loan foreclosures. Almost 40,000 lost their homes in May, and thousands ...Read More
The demise of the pro-union "Free Choice Act" in the United States Senate yesterday was overshadowed by the immigration debate, but labor groups say ...Read More
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