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PNS Daily Newscast - March 5, 2021 


New rules should speed large-scale clean-energy projects in NY; Texas' Gov. Abbott tries to shift COVID blame to release of "immigrants."


2021Talks - March 5, 2021 


A marathon Senate session begins to pass COVID relief; Sanders plans a $15 minimum wage amendment; and work continues to approve Biden's cabinet choices.

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PHOTO: Girls at Twin Oaks Camp in Freeport, NY, where camp operators joined with the American Camp Assn. to offer free camp scholarships to kids affected by Hurricane Sandy. Photo courtesy ACA.

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NEW YORK - The names are being written inside the T-shirts and the packing is underway. About 200 kids from Sandy-damaged neighborhoods in New York and New Jersey will be off to summer camp, after receiving free camp "scholarships." Susie Lupert, executive director of the American Camp Association

GRAPHIC: Children  and adults  are urged to resist the tantalizing images on entertainment screens for one week, starting April 29. Courtesy CCFC.

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PLAINVIEW, N.Y. - This is Screen-Free Week, an annual effort by children's advocates to get kids free from the grip of electronic devices, even if only for a few days. Started in 1996 as "TV Turnoff," it's now hosted by the Boston-based Campaign for Commercial Free Childhood (CCFC) and promoted by d

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NEW YORK – Superstorm Sandy left an estimated 5 million people on the East Coast without power and today (Friday) some New Yorkers are getting back on their feet with the help of a public resource that's just down the street – their local library. Sandra Feinberg, director of the Middl

PHOTO: School supplies. Photo credit: Mark Scheerer

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HUNTINGTON, N.Y. - As much as forty percent of America's food supply is wasted on the way from production to consumption, according to a new report from the Natural Resources Defense Council. For that reason, nonprofits have long looked to rescue food from dumpsters behind restaurants and supermarke

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NEW YORK - A report compiling the donations of the nation's wealthiest givers says, "The super rich grew more charitable last year, as public opinion of them became less so." The Chronicle of Philanthropy's annual list shows the top 50 most-generous Americans gave a median amount of $61 million in 2

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NEW YORK - Hundreds of Internet technology workers protested Wednesday outside the offices of Sens. Charles Schumer and Kirsten Gillibrand, who support legislation the demonstrators say would threaten Internet freedom by cracking down on piracy without guarding against censorship. Protest organize

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NEW YORK - New Yorkers say they got plenty of busy signals on Monday when trying to call the White House to express their opposition to a controversial federal immigration-control program known as "Secure Communities." Ted Hesson, online editor with the immigrant advocacy group Long Island Wins, w

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NEW YORK - Urban radio markets are about to play catch-up with rural areas. The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) is expected to issue new rules today for Low-Power FM (LPFM) stations to operate in big cities like New York, the nation's number-one media market. Cheryl Leanza, an attorney and

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