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  • 7:08am Mar 17, 2016
    National National Education

    Campus Food Pantries For Hungry Students On The Rise

    Students with tight budgets are flocking to pantries at colleges. The nonprofits take donations, usually food that's about to be thrown out. That's sparking debate over what "needy" really means.
  • 6:55am Mar 17, 2016
    National National Politics & Government

    Republican Senator Weighs In On Supreme Court Nomination

    Renee Montagne talks to Sen. Orrin Hatch, who thinks the nominee shouldn't be named until after the presidential election. He says Democrats would oppose a mid-election pick if roles were reversed.
  • 6:50am Mar 17, 2016
    National National Politics & Government

    Judge Merrick Garland To Meet Senators

    President Obama's Supreme Court nominee will meet with senators on Thursday. Most Senate Republicans had vowed to halt Obama's nomination, but some now appear more welcoming than the majority.
  • 6:45am Mar 17, 2016
    National National

    Florida Woman Fights To Keep A House-Trained Alligator

    The Florida Fish and Wildlife Commission wants to seize a 6-foot-long pet reptile — they say he's just too big. But he isn't a normal alligator says his owner, Mary Thorn of Lakeland, Fla.
  • 6:44am Mar 17, 2016
    Economy Economy

    UK Slows Its Nightclub Scene

    British youth are increasingly opting to stay home over clubbing and drinking. Recent consumer numbers also show Keurig-style coffee pods and nail polish are on their way in.
  • 6:23am Mar 17, 2016
    National National

    FCC Proposal Would Let Consumers Weigh In On Internet Privacy

    The Federal Communications Commission is proposing privacy regulations for Internet service providers. The goal is to let consumers decide what information about them gets collected and how it's used.
  • 5:47am Mar 17, 2016
    National National Politics & Government Health & Safety

    Gov. Snyder Losing Michigan Residents' Trust

    Gov. Snyder will sit before a congressional committee on Thursday to explain how the water in a major city in his state became undrinkable.