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Federal judge blocks AZ law that 'disenfranchised' Native voters; government shutdown could cost U.S. travel economy about $1 Billion per week; WA group brings 'Alternatives to Violence' to secondary students.

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Senator Robert Menendez offers explanations on the money found in his home, non-partisan groups urge Congress to avert a government shutdown and a Nevada organization works to build Latino political engagement.

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An Indigenous project in South Dakota seeks to protect tribal data sovereignty, advocates in North Carolina are pushing back against attacks on public schools, and Arkansas wants the hungriest to have access to more fruits and veggies.

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Fate of “Heber Wild Horses” Looms

SPRINGERVILLE, Ariz. - Some refer to them as "wild horses" and others as "unauthorized livestock" but one thing is certain, the fate of the free-…

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US Make-Up Companies Testing on Animals in China

BOSTON – It's World Week for Animals in Laboratories – a time to remember the millions of animals in Massachusetts and around the world th…

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Hilton Hotels to Ban Cages for Hens and Pigs in Food Supply

MCLEAN, Va. - Hilton Worldwide, one of the world's oldest and largest resort and hotel chains, has announced it will begin to eliminate the use of …

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35K Elephants Killed Yearly: U.S. Group Works to Save Them

RICHMOND, Va. – Close to 35,000 African elephants are killed every year for their tusks, according to some estimates, and U.S. wildlife experts …

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Groups to Congress: Restore Critical Funding for Stranded Sea Mammals

YARMOUTH PORT, Mass. – Hundreds of dolphins, seals and whales are stranded on beaches in the Bay State every year, but dwindling government …

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Monkey Breeding Facility Lawsuit Moves Forward

LABELLE, Fla. - Hendry County residents can begin to breathe a sigh of relief, as a lawsuit filed on their behalf over the building of a secretive …

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Group Works to Stop Dog and Cat Meat Trade in CA

While the thought of eating the family dog or cat may sound repulsive to most Americans, in some cultures it is considered quite normal. One …

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Cattle Rancher's Wife: Cows too Priceless to Sell

ANGLETON, Texas - Cattle are the state's most profitable agricultural product, but one cattle rancher's wife decided the animals are too priceless to …

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Public Outrage over Taxpayer-Funded USDA Animal Abuse

LOS ANGELES - An undercover investigation by a New York Times reporter at a USDA Meat Research Center in Nebraska has sparked outrage from animal welf…

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Undercover Probe at VA Roadside Zoo: Abuse, Neglect, Public Danger

NATURAL BRIDGE, Va. - Abuse, neglect and unsanitary conditions are just a few of the terms used to describe the scene at a roadside zoo in Natural …

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