Another wildfire hits Southern California
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Ski season begins
FORT KNOX, KY.
Army recruits wait to call home on Thanksgiving
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Low-Income Children Left Behind
Geography may really be destiny. According to a new study released by the Annie E. Casey Foundation and Child Trends that examined factors like health and education, low-income children are better off in poor, rural areas (the Midwest, for example) than in wealthier and more urban...