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At least two children born each day in the United States will have tuberous sclerosis complex, the leading genetic cause of both autism and epilepsy. Increasing public awareness will lead to earlier diagnosis, more research, and...

April 2013 | Location: National | Category: Advocacy/Community Affairs, Health

Teaching children to save isn't easy. Yet, if they don’t learn the importance of saving, children can grow up to be irresponsible spenders, get themselves into debt and look to their parents to help rescue them.

April 2013 | Location: National | Category: Business, Finance

April is the Month of the Military Child and this month the Real Warriors Campaign encourages Americans to honor the nation's 1.8 million military children and families of returning warriors.

April 2013 | Location: National | Category: Advocacy/Community Affairs, Government/Public Affairs, Health

Three months after Governor Frank Keating took office, on April 19, 1995 the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building in Oklahoma City was destroyed in the Oklahoma City bombing, in which the lives of 168 Oklahomans were lost and over...

April 2013 | Location: National | Category: Business, Government/Public Affairs, Justice/Legal

In honor of National Financial Literacy Month, the American Bankers Association is organizing banker volunteers around the country to teach children how to become life-long savers. Nearly 10,000 bankers are participating in all...

April 2013 | Location: National | Category: Advocacy/Community Affairs, Business, Consumer News, Education, Finance

According to the newly released Microsoft Security Intelligence Report, 2.5 out of 10 computers are not running up-to-date anti-virus software, which can result in identity theft, fraud and other online scams.

April 2013 | Location: National | Category: Consumer News, Technology

The report of The Constitution Project’s Task Force on Detainee Treatment (“Task Force”) is the result of two years of intensive study, investigation and deliberation about U.S. treatment of and policy towards detainees. The...

April 2013 | Location: National | Category: Government/Public Affairs, Justice/Legal

Internet Explorer and Lionsgate have partnered to create The Hunger Games Explorer, an interactive experience for the series’ fan base.

April 2013 | Location: National | Category: Entertainment, Technology

Getting insurance through the workplace has traditionally been the way most Americans obtain health insurance, but today just 60 percent of people receive their health insurance through this route.

April 2013 | Location: National | Category: Business, Consumer News, Government/Public Affairs, Health

Abril es el "Plantas Invasoras de plagas, y el Mes de Concienciación de Enfermedades" y el comienzo de una época particularmente vulnerable a la agricultura de Estados Unidos, como un aumento de la actividad al aire libre aumenta...

April 2013 | Location: National | Category: Consumer News, Environment, Health

If the current trend continues, one in three American adults will have diabetes by 2050. In fact, every 17 seconds someone is diagnosed with the disease. The American Diabetes Association wants as many Americans as possible to be...

April 2013 | Location: National, Illinois, Texas, California, Oregon, Washington | Category: Advocacy/Community Affairs, Health

(Washington, D.C., April 8, 2013) -- April is “Invasive Plant, Pest and Disease Awareness Month” and the start of a particularly vulnerable time for America’s agriculture, as a surge in outdoor activity increases the s

April 2013 | Location: National | Category: Environment, Health

New survey results show eco-friendly housing trends and the increasing interest in green living from people across the nation.

April 2013 | Location: National | Category: Consumer News, Environment, Technology

The American Diabetes Association is challenging riders to be part of the movement to Stop Diabetes by participating in their annual Tour de Cure, a cycling event to raise funds to help fight diabetes.

April 2013 | Location: National | Category: Advocacy/Community Affairs, Health, Science

Producer/Director Eugene Jarecki, whose film Why We Fight examined the anatomy of the American war machine, turns the same penetrating lens to the War on Drugs, seeking to lay bare its mechanics, motivations, and contradictions.

April 2013 | Location: National | Category: Entertainment, Government/Public Affairs, Health, Justice/Legal

The IRS conducted a record number of audits last year and plans more for 2012, but that may not be bad news. Some audits lead to larger refunds. The challenge is for individuals and families to apply new tax law changes and plan...

April 2013 | Location: National | Category: Consumer News, Finance, Government/Public Affairs, Justice/Legal

En la serie “La mafia por dentro”, el ex-mafioso Lou Ferrante entra de manera exclusiva a algunas de las prisiones mas peligrosas del mundo para exponer los secretos de las pandillas que operan y se fortalecen desde la cárcel.

March 2013 | Location: National | Category: Entertainment, Government/Public Affairs

Vision is our most prized sense. In fact, most people fear losing their eye sight more than any other primary sense. Losing vision to eye diseases, injuries or other conditions can mean losing the ability to enjoy driving,...

March 2013 | Location: National | Category: Advocacy/Community Affairs, Consumer News, Health

A two part series premiering Monday and Tuesday April 1 and 2 at 9 p.m. on PBS’s FRONTLINE

March 2013 | Location: National | Category: Advocacy/Community Affairs, Entertainment

The IRS conducted a record number of audits last year and plans more for 2012, but that may not be bad news. Some audits lead to larger refunds. The challenge is for individuals and families to apply new tax law changes and plan...

March 2013 | Location: National | Category: Finance, Government/Public Affairs

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