Rod Serling Video Festival 2014
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Vermont Nonprofit Successfully Helps Homeowners Weatherize
Old houses that dot New England's landscape are often expensive to heat. A nonprofit housing agency in Vermont is using customer service to get homeowners to make their houses more energy efficient.
'American Gothic' House Available To Rent
The renter of Iowa's most famous house is moving out. The farm house pictured in Grant Wood's painting, American Gothic, is rented out by the state's historical society.
Wis. Court Reinstates Voter ID Law, Causes Chaos Before Election
Last week, a federal appeals court reinstated the photo identification requirement. It had been blocked in a lawsuit brought by voter advocacy groups.
Scottish Voters Cast Ballots On Whether To Cut Ties To U.K.
Voting is underway in Scotland on a referendum that will decide if the country becomes independent. British Prime Minister David Cameron has promised Scotland more autonomy if it stays in the union.
Senate To Vote On Bill To Authorize Arming Syrian Rebels
The House voted Wednesday to authorize the training and equipping of Syrian rebels to fight militants in the group called Islamic State also known as ISIS. The vote didn't split down party lines.
Kerry Briefs Skeptic Senators On Coalition Plans Against ISIS
President Obama says more than 40 countries are joining together to fight the Islamic State militants. Secretary of State John Kerry has returned from a trip to try to put together a coalition.
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