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70 Percent of Americans Think the Affordable Care Act Is Here To Stay

09.26.12 | Sarah Harnisch

A new Associated Press poll finds most Americans believe there is no stopping the Affordable Care Act. About 7 in 10 of those surveyed think President Obama's health care reform law will take effect. Just 12 percent say they expect the "Obamacare" ...

If You Need A Leg Up On Paying Your Student Loans, Simply Move To Niagara Falls, NY

09.26.12 | Bob Price

The city of Niagara Falls new york is going ahead with plans to help pay down the student loans of people who agree to live in the city for two years. Applications will be available online starting September 26th. The city will pay off a total of ...

2 of the 4 Senators That Voted for Same Sex Marriage In NY Keep Their Seats, So Far

09.25.12 | Sarah Harnisch

The Family Life News team has been closely watching the primary campaigns of 4 Republicans that had voted in favor of same sex marriage. One of the races was decided Monday night.  Of the four, Mark Grisanti won in a landslide in western New ...

Bacon Will Be In Short Supply In 2013

09.25.12 | Sarah Harnisch

If you are a bacon lover... you'd better stock up now. According to Britain's National Pig Assocation, a world wide bacon shortage next year will be "unavoidable." It's a result of the drought that hit the world this year. The new cost of food is ...

Poll Finds Obama Is Still Up In Pennsylvania

09.25.12 | Sarah Harnisch

Senator Bob Casey and President Barack Obama continue to hold comfortable leads in Pennsylvania over their Republican rivals. Mercyhurst University found 48 percent of state voters would cast ballots for Obama, 40 percent for Mitt Romney. And 91 ...

France To Yank "Mother" and "Father" From All Official Documents

09.25.12 | Sarah Harnisch

As of October 31st, France will enact the ban as part of reforms to gay marriage, and the words will disappear from the French civil code. The words "parents" will be used instead. The law will be presented to France’s President Francois ...

Apple Crop, Cherry Crop Suffer; NY Grape Crop Thrives

09.24.12 | Sarah Harnisch

The quality of this year's grape crop in New York state is excellent. Though weather limited the harvest, the New York Wine and Grape Foundation says this year's grape crop has been mostly spared, despite the springtime frost and the bone dry ...

Federal Panel To Hear Voter ID Law In South Carolina; Has Similarities To P.A.'s Law

09.24.12 | Sarah Harnisch

A three-judge federal panel hears closing arguments today concerning South Carolina's voter id law.  It's anticipated that opponents will challenge the credibility of Republican state representative who authored the bill.  Last year, U.S. ...

Man Saved In Nepal Avalanche Was Reading His Bible

09.24.12 | Sarah Harnisch

A desperate search is happening on one of the world's tallest mountains today, in Nepal, for survivors of an avalanche that swept an entire camp-- 25 tents-- away last night. At least nine people are dead and six are missing. 21 people survived the ...

More Americans Are Hunting and Fishing

09.24.12 | Sarah Harnisch

11-percent more Americans fished and 9-percent more hunted in 2011 over 2006, according to a new 5-year survey out by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. The kids are participating more, too. Of kids ages 6 to 15, 13 percent more hunted and 2 ...

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