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Chicago TribuneTo drive or fly pets on a long-distance moveChicago TribuneI have moved a lot with my dogs and cats. I have put them on planes from Boston to Denver and Denver to Washington, D.C. I have driven them from South Carolina to Indiana and from Virginia to Texas. In every instance, I made the travel choice based on ... [...]
Wed, May 24, 2017
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To drive or fly pets on a long-distance moveAllentown Morning CallI have moved a lot with my dogs and cats. I have put them on planes from Boston to Denver and Denver to Washington, D.C. I have driven them from South Carolina to Indiana and from Virginia to Texas. In every instance, I made the travel choice based on ... [...]
Wed, May 24, 2017
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Half Moon Bay ReviewCoastside sixth-grader heads to WashingtonHalf Moon Bay ReviewGetting the word out. Chase Urban is going to Washington D.C. to raise awareness about type 1 diabetes. Sara Hayden / Review ... But not so busy that he can't find time to play basketball, dedicate himself to his sixth-grade studies at Sea Crest School ... [...]
Tue, May 23, 2017
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NOLA.comFeline fans high-fived with Golden PawsNOLA.comRobinson established Alley Cat Allies in 1990 after discovering a family of cats in a Washington, D.C. neighborhood. Her work to protect these cats from being killed in a shelter eventually led to her personal resolve to protect cats everywhere. To ... [...]
Mon, May 22, 2017
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Salt Lake TribuneAnn Cannon: Birds circling overhead. Must mean trouble?Salt Lake TribuneHer reaction reminded me of a column I wrote a few years ago about mutilated cats turning up in the Salt Lake Cemetery, not far from our house. ... WHAT ABOUT ALL THOSE STORIES COMING OUT OF WASHINGTON, D.C. RIGHT NOW? And what happens ... [...]
Mon, May 22, 2017
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Pittsburgh zoo at forefront of saving endangered pangolinsMcClatchy Washington BureauLooking sort of like a scaly anteater, the pangolin is more closely related to dogs, cats and bears and grows to about the size of a fat raccoon. Indigenous to Central Africa and South Asia, it eats primarily ants and termites gathered with a tongue ...and more [...]
Sun, May 21, 2017
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National GeographicWhy All of America's Circus Animals Could Soon be FreeNational GeographicAn elephant disembarks a Ringling Bros. train in Washington, D.C., in 2015. Elephants have since been ... If the bill passes, it will end life on the road for more than 200 big cats, bears, camels, and elephants still working as circus performers ...and more [...]
Sat, May 20, 2017
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Lexington Herald LeaderEnes Kanter says he's being held at a Romanian airport because of his political viewsLexington Herald LeaderKanter, who spent one year at the University of Kentucky, was referring to Tuesday's clash outside the Turkish ambassador's residence in Washington, D.C., between guards for Erdogan, who was visiting the U.S. capital, and people who were peacefully ...and more [...]
Sat, May 20, 2017
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StarNewsOnline.comBookmarks: Rita Mae Brown concocts mysteries with catStarNewsOnline.comIn the 1970s, she ran with a group called The Furies Collective in Washington, D.C., and made a striking debut with her novel “Rubyfruit Jungle,” a lesbian coming-of-age novel. The British playwright Willy Russell, later wrote a stage comedy ... [...]
Sat, May 20, 2017
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Breitbart NewsAnimal Rights Activists Skeptical of China's 'Ban' on Yulin Dog Meat FestivalBreitbart NewsWASHINGTON, D.C. – China's government will reportedly ban dog meat from being sold at this year's annual and barbaric Yulin festival. However, it is likely cats will be served instead, and animal rights activists note that prior alleged bans on dog ...and more [...]
Sat, May 20, 2017
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Why cicadas are showing up in your yard four years earlyPopular Science... OH, Washington, DC, and other pockets around the country during the summer of 2004, the desiccated husks of the red-eyed invaders coated hot sidewalks like leaves in the fall. They got into classrooms and cars, and pet owners had to pull away their ... [...]
Fri, May 19, 2017
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NBC4 WashingtonSherwood's Notebook: Some Taxing Situations | NBC4 WashingtonNBC4 WashingtonHe was at the DC Chamber of Commerce leading a business-oriented news conference in opposition to a move on the D.C. Council to roll back some of the ...and more [...]
Wed, May 17, 2017
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