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Homework Is Problematic

(Metro) Homework can be just as tough for parents as it is for students. 

Conducted by the National Center for Families Learning, the poll finds that 60 percent of parents describe getting their kids to work on their homework as "a struggle."  That marks a ten percent increase since last year's poll. 

Thirty-three percent of parents say homework it rough on the family because they don't know enough about the subject matter to help.

 

Three Afghans Missing In Massachusetts

(Metro) Three senior Afghan army soldiers who were in Cape Cod for a conference at Camp Edwards have vanished. 

The men flew from Afghanistan earlier this month to attend the regional cooperation conference at the Sandwich base. 

The men were last seen at the Cape Cod Mall in Hyannis Saturday night. 

Military officials say the men pose no immediate threat, and they are trying to figure out where they might have gone.

Ads Could Ramp Up in Va. Senate Race

The U.S. Senate race is less than two months away, and yet political ads between incumbent Mark Warner and candidate Ed Gillespie seem to be almost non-existent in the Charlottesville-Albemarle area.

Area Groups Join to Register Voters

The Young Black Professionals Network of Charlottesville hosted a voter registration training session at the First Baptist Church in Charlottesville. The groups will go out to neighborhoods and try to register people to vote.

CENTRAL VIRGINIA SPORTS

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'Hoos Come Up Short Against BYU

The Virginia football team dropped its second game to a ranked team this season, losing 41-33 to No. 21 BYU on Saturday in Provo, Utah.

@FNEfootball Scoreboard -- September 19

Final scores from Friday September 19.

Cavaliers Beat Hurricanes in ACC Opener

Virginia moved to 10-0 on the season by beating Miami 3-1 Saturday.

Cavaliers Prep For Showdown With Irish

The Virginia men's soccer team is getting ready for the toughest test of its season so far, when they host the reigning national champion, Notre Dame, on Sunday.

NATIONAL NEWS

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INTERNATIONAL NEWS

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Amnesty faults China's booming industry of police torture tools, calls for export ban

Chinese production and export of police equipment primarily used for torture, such as electric shock wands and neck-and-wrist cuffs connected by a chain, has grown dramatically, enabling human rights violations at home and abroad, Amnesty International said in a report Tuesday.

Mexico says power at 15 percent in Los Cabos, as hurricane death toll rises to 5

Mexican authorities are struggling to get power back on in the resort area of Los Cabos a week after Hurricane Odile barreled through.

Syrian opposition chief urges immediate US airstrikes in Syria, says time is of essence

The head of Syria's Western-backed opposition group is calling for immediate U.S. airstrikes targeting the Islamic State group in Syria.

Israel official: US must be cautious in nuclear talks with Iran

There is growing concern among Iran’s neighbors - including Israel - that the U.S. might be risking regional security in its negotiations with Tehran over its nuclear program.

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