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PNS Daily Newscast - October 22, 2020 


DNI Ratcliffe labels an email spoofing scam using Proud Boys as designed to damage Trump; CT Attorney General not buying feds' Purdue Pharma settlement.


2020Talks - October 22, 2020 


Obama makes his first live appearance on the campaign trail. And security agencies conclude that deceptive emails sent to some voters are foreign interference from Iran.

Public News Service - ND: Environment

BISMARCK, N.D. - There's more money and awareness now than ever to help farmers who want to sell their own products directly to consumers, with $5 million available through the USDA's Farmers Market Promotion Program. Robert Carlson, the president of the North Dakota Farmers Union, says the grant m

BISMARCK, N. D. - A new report outlines 95 million acres of possibilities for new clean energy development in the United States – on land managed or owned by Native American tribes. Biomass, wind and geothermal are among the production possibilities detailed for North Dakota tribes; and yet, t

FARGO, N.D. - Although the Red River crested over the weekend in Fargo, climate scientists predict flooding events will become more common over time because of global warming. George Seielstad with the Union of Concerned Scientists says average temperatures in the Great Plains region have gone up 15

BISMARCK, N.D. - What once were native grasslands in the Prairie Pothole region of Iowa, Minnesota, North Dakota and South Dakota are increasingly becoming corn acreage for ethanol production. A study conducted for the National Wildlife Federation makes the connection between more corn plantings -

JAMESTOWN, N.D. - The big United Nations Climate Change Conference in Copenhagen is moving into its final phase as it prepares to wind up at the end of this week. Among those taking part is North Dakota Farmers Union president Robert Carlson, who is there representing the International Federation of

JAMESTOWN, N.D. - The Clean Energy Jobs and American Power Act, which seeks to reduce greenhouse gas emissions by 20 percent by 2020, is coming up for debate in Congress. According to Robert Carlson, president of the North Dakota Farmers Union, it won't mean much until agriculture is included, in an

Washington D.C. – Congress is expected to begin debate today on the American Clean Energy and Security Act, which supporters say would help transition the country to clean alternative forms of energy and create jobs in North Dakota at the same time. The Pew Environment Group finds in a new pol

Bismarck, ND – Someday soon, the North Dakota weather will be warm enough to plant that spring garden. And this year, gardeners might aim for more than just the routine roundup of their favorite vegetables and flowers. Naturalist David Mizjewski of the National Wildlife Federation (NWF) says

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