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The Supreme Court throws out a Trump-era ban on gun bump stocks; a look at how social media algorithms and Shakespearian villains have in common; and states receive federal funding to clean up legacy mine pollution.

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The Supreme Court for now protects access to abortion drug mifepristone, while Senate Republicans block a bill protecting access to in-vitro fertilization. Wisconsin's Supreme Court bans mobile voting sites, and colleges deal with funding cuts as legislatures target diversity programs.

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As summer nears, America's newest and largest international dark sky sanctuary beckons, rural job growth is up, but full recovery remains elusive, rural Americans living in prison towns support a transition, while birth control is more readily available in rural areas.

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Nuevos intercambios de seguros médicos confunden a los adultos mayores de Illinois

CHICAGO – Octubre será un mes importante para la atención médica y los cuidados de la salud en Illinois y en todo el país…

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Missourians Urged to Join Fight Against Super Bugs

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - According to the newest and most conservative estimate by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), every year more …

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New Insurance Exchanges Confuse Illinois Elders

CHICAGO - October will be an important month for health care in Illinois and around the nation. Beginning October 1, people without health insurance …

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Teen Birth Rates Down, But Is Every Teen Getting Facts?

ST. LOUIS, Mo. - This month the Centers for Disease Control www.cdc.gov reported that teen birth rates in Missouri and around the nation have dropped …

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Congress Debates Military Strike on Syria

CHICAGO - Congress is debating a possible military strike against the regime in Syria. Supporters say we have no choice but to punish Syria for a …

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Nuevo estudio: los ilinoenses apenas pueden alimentar a sus familias

CHICAGO – La economía puede estar mejorando, pero una investigación reciente que realizó el Departamento de Agricultura no …

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More than 17 Million American Households Struggle to Put Food on the Table

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – The economy may be picking up, but when it comes to feeding their families, many Missourians are still treading water or …

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New Study: Illinoisans Struggle to Feed their Families

CHICAGO - When it comes to making ends meet to feed Illinois families, a new study by the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) has estimated that 13 …

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Illinois Baby Boomers Say No to Nursing Homes

CHICAGO - Two years ago, the first Baby Boomer turned 65 and, according to AARP, Boomers will be reaching that milestone at a rate of 8,000 a day for …

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Missourians Sweat Out Late Summer Heat Wave

ST. LOUIS – Heat advisories continue for the next few days because of a sweltering 100-degree late summer heat wave. That means staying …

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