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Lawmakers on the tropical island of Kauai, Hawaii, on Wednesday approved a hotly contested measure aimed at reining in widespread pesticide use by companies testing new genetically modified crops on the island. Read more:

Awana clubs---grades 3-6 handbook outlines; great to see all the verses and main ideas that they use

Garlic Parmesan Chicken Wings

Garlic Parmesan Chicken Wings is a good chicken dinner idea for people on the go. After long hours of work, you deserve a break while enjoying a hearty dinner. The good news is, you can do both with this quick and easy recipe. When I want to have this for dinner, I prepare the ingredients beforehand. Once I get home, all I do is mix the ingredie

Paisley Park tours set to be temporarily approved despite council's rebuke - After Chanhassen delays Paisley Park rezoning, a temporary permit is likely to follow Wednesday morning.

Rhode Island Cannabis Proponents Kick Off Legalization Campaign: UNCODE.initRow(document.getElementById("script-987274"));PROVIDENCE, R.I. (AP) — The legalization of recreational marijuana in Massachusetts is causing some Rhode Island lawmakers to try to catch up to their neighbor and possibly race ahead. Rhode Island's legal cannabis proponents kicked off their campaign Wednesday to pass state legislation they hope can take effect before marijuana shops open across the border. Massachusetts…

In Colorado, Killing Lions, Bears To Save Deer

The state’s Parks and Wildlife Commission approved Wednesday two controversial ‘Predator Control Plans’ to help the mule deer population.

The city of Jerusalem canceled a vote Wednesday to approve the construction of 492 units in East Jerusalem, said Jerusalem City Council member Hanan Rubin.

18 Amazing Things Parents Made for Their Kids With a Cardboard Box

Poll: 50 percent of Americans approve of the way Trump is handling the transition

Karen Butler NEW YORK, Dec. 18 (UPI) -- Half of Americans say they approve of President-elect Donald Trump's handling of the transition.

In September 1968, the United States Postal Authority issued its first Disney stamp, thereby commemorating Walter Elias Disney’s (1901-1966) contributions to America and to the world. Two Disney artists designed the stamp – Paul Wenzel crafted Walt’s portrait and Bob Moore drew the background design of children of the world emerging from the Sleeping Beauty Castle.