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Kansas Welfare Chief Retiring Amid Scrutiny of Foster Care

Kansas Welfare Chief Retiring Amid Scrutiny of Foster Care

By John Hanna | Nov 4
The top administrator at the Kansas Department for Children and Families plans to retire Dec. 1 after months of scrutiny of the agency's oversight of services for abused and neglected children.

One Warm Coat Day Launches on November 1

One Warm Coat Day Launches on November 1

Nov 1
On November 1, One Warm Coat, a national non-profit organization dedicated to providing a free, warm coat to any person in need, is kicking-off a movement to help launch the official One Warm Coat Day.

Five Tips to Make Halloween Happier for Pets

Five Tips to Make Halloween Happier for Pets

Oct 31
It's Halloween season, and many children and adults look forward to this spooky night. But tricks and treats can be overwhelming and hazardous for pets.

As Open Enrollment Approaches, Covered California Announces Lower Prices for Most Enrollees in 2018

As Open Enrollment Approaches, Covered California Announces Lower Prices for Most Enrollees in 2018

Oct 31
Covered California will kick off open enrollment Wednesday with the launch of a new comprehensive marketing and outreach campaign as well as upgrades to the consumer shopping experience for those seeking health insurance.

Hearing Set for Judge Who Refused to Handle Gay Adoptions

Hearing Set for Judge Who Refused to Handle Gay Adoptions

Oct 31
A panel says ethics charges will proceed against a Kentucky judge who declared his conscientious objection to handling adoption cases involving gay and lesbian adults, despite his resignation last week.

Avoid a Foodborne Illness Nightmare This Halloween with Helpful Tips

Avoid a Foodborne Illness Nightmare This Halloween with Helpful Tips

Oct 31
On Halloween, here's some tips to make sure you don't get a truly evil foodborne illness.

Charity and Sylvia - The 200-Year-Old Same-Sex Marriage

Charity and Sylvia - The 200-Year-Old Same-Sex Marriage

By Christiana Lilly | Oct 29
The legalization of same-sex marriage may be brand new to American history, but that doesn't mean it's anything unique.

Lesbians More Likely to Divorce Than Gay Men

Lesbians More Likely to Divorce Than Gay Men

By Colton Wooten | Oct 25
Same-sex divorces are skewed towards women, a new report reveals.

Pa. Senate to Harm Trans Youth with CHIP Renewal Bill

Pa. Senate to Harm Trans Youth with CHIP Renewal Bill

Oct 25
A bill to renew the Children's Health Insurance Program has drawn scorn from civil rights advocates after lawmakers amended it to exclude transgender coverage.

Equality Caucus Shames PA Senators for Putting Transgender Kids at Risk

Equality Caucus Shames PA Senators for Putting Transgender Kids at Risk

Oct 19
Leaders of the legislature's LGBT Equality Caucus said the state senators who voted yesterday to deny health care to transgender young people should be ashamed of themselves.

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