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Bolton Affirms U.S. Intent To Pull Out Of Arms Treaty With Russia

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hPuz6wC6SZA The U.S. intends to follow through on President Trump's threat to leave a Cold War-era nuclear arms treaty with Russia. National Security Adviser John Bolton confirmed the plan Tuesday in Moscow, not long after speaking with Russian President Vladimir Putin in person about the decision. Bolton echoed Trump's comments days earlier , when the president cited Russian violations as sufficient reason to "terminate" the 1987 Intermediate-Range Nuclear...

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"For quite a bit of time after DNA was discovered and we started understanding the genome, we thought most of it was junk." Michael Bordieri, Murray State professor of psychology, visits Sounds Good to discuss common misconceptions of genetics and what recent discoveries mean for the future of mental health and medicine.

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West Kentucky Community and Technical College, the Kentucky Association of Nursing Students, and DKMS are holding a bone marrow donor registration drive this week. Registration is simple, painless, and can save lives. WKCTC nursing student, Kaycee Cooper, visits Sounds Good to discuss the upcoming event. 

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U.S. Congressman James Comer is joining hemp company Vertical on Friday to celebrate the opening of their new facility in Trigg County. 

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Environmental groups are challenging a regulation that gives Kentucky power plants until 2020 to clean up pollution leaching out of unlined coal ash ponds. The groups say the new Trump administration rules finalized in July don’t adequately protect the public from environmental harm.

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The Graves County Sheriff's Department says the search continues for a young woman who went missing earlier this year

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Republican Sen. Lindsey Graham is bringing his midterm campaign trail tour to Tennessee, where he will rally support for GOP Rep. Marsha Blackburn's Senate bid.

At the confluence of the Gunnison and Colorado rivers, the town of Grand Junction, Colo., sits in a bowl of a valley ringed by tall mountains, desert mesas and red rock cliffs. For local residents like Victoria Mendoza, sometimes the setting makes her and others feel isolated.

"I know we can't really fix this because it's nature," says Mendoza. "I feel like people in our valley feel like there's only life inside of Grand Junction."

The U.S. intends to follow through on President Trump's threat to leave a Cold War-era nuclear arms treaty with Russia. National Security Adviser John Bolton confirmed the plan Tuesday in Moscow, not long after speaking with Russian President Vladimir Putin in person about the decision.

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Kentucky lawmakers are considering new regulations to require health insurers to pay for air ambulance services, even for providers that are out of insurers’ coverage network.

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Coach Rick Byrd and his Belmont Bruins once again are the preseason favorites to win the Ohio Valley Conference, just edging out defending league champ Murray State.

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Pensions At The Polls: Will Concern Over Shaky Plans Show Up On Election Day?

Thousands of union coal miners and their families gathered this summer in Columbus, Ohio, wielding signs and wearing camouflage United Mine Workers of America shirts. UMWA President Cecil Roberts led the crowd in a call-and-response chant. “I want you to send a loud, clear signal that we are one! We are one!” But the miners weren’t there for a strike or to picket a company over a contract dispute. They were demonstrating to draw attention to an often overlooked issue: Pensions.

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