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The Cassini spacecraft embarked on its cosmic journey across our solar system two decades ago. After 4.9 billion miles of travel, the mission came to an end early Friday morning in a bittersweet finale as the orbiter ran out of fuel and crashed into … more
This page doesn't often agree with President Donald Trump, but we're on board with his observation that most Americans oppose deportation for "dreamers" - young undocumented immigrants, mainly in their teens and 20s, in most cases brought to the … more
Recently, New Hampshire, which has seen more than its share of hucksters over the years, welcomed another carnival barker.Kris Kobach, the Kansas Secretary of State and the vice-chairman of the Presidential Advisory Commission on Election Integrity, … more
Privacy is dead.It's been dead for a while now, actually, only it's just beginning to raise a smell.Friday, it was announced by Equifax, a credit reporting agency few had likely heard of until recently, that the personal information of just about … more
Nearly a week before Hurricane Irma was predicted to make landfall in Florida, Gov. Rick Scott, R, declared a state of emergency for the entire state. State and local officials readied for the storm with promises of help from the federal government. … more
The bail system in place across most of America's states and localities is patently unfair on its face, penalizing poor (and disproportionately minority) defendants who cannot afford to pay their way out of jail while rewarding others with the means … more
With Texas still recovering from damage caused by massive Hurricane Harvey, and Hurricane Irma currently pounding Florida, many will be forgiven for not paying special attention to what happened to the United States 16 years ago. On. Sept. 11, 2001, … more
Tuesday, President Trump made the long-awaited announcement that his administration would begin to wind down the Obama-era Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program (DACA) — ending the protections enjoyed by undocumented immigrants who … more
If you have visited health.gov to get information on the 2018 open enrollment period for health insurance through the Affordable Care Act, we share your frustration.We visited the site ourselves and couldn't find the dates anywhere. We had to resort … more
Here at the Bennington Banner we print a lot of material submitted to us by our readers, as well as many others looking to get their message out. Whether it's columns, letters to the editor, community events, announcements or photos, we're an … more
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