Evening Update Thurs Oct. 29


Wahid Lodin

The White House will spend another 110-Million dollars to help western states deal with the devastating drought.

Many Social Security payments are going to people who earned too much to qualify for benefits or to those no longer disabled.

A study says discrimination is embedded in the criminal justice system when it comes to police brutality and jury selection.

College adjunct instructors are rarely protected from last minute job losses.

Researchers say for young people, the recall of the presidencies of Harry Truman and Gerald Ford are fading from memory.

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