Angela Lu Fulton

Angela is a senior reporter for WORLD Magazine based in Taiwan. Follow Angela on Twitter @angela818.

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Ranchers losing battle over wild horses, grazing restrictions

Government
by Angela Lu Fulton
Posted 11/19/14, 08:52 am

As federal officials and ranchers butt heads over grazing on public land, the government’s protection of wild horses stokes the ire of many ranchers. For 75-year-old Ben Colvin of Goldfield, Nev., the wild horses ultimately drove him out of a livelihood that had been in his family for four generations.

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Long land battle

Environment | Environmentalists and an aggressive federal government are trying to remove ranchers from federal lands they have used for generations
by Angela Lu Fulton
Posted 11/14/14, 01:00 am

Two coils of rope and a cowboy hat hang on bull horns mounted over Wayne Hage Jr.’s desk, the rest of his office dedicated to shelves upon shelves of law books. In the evening at his generator-powered Nevada ranch, Hage and his sister Ramona Morrison engage in repartee on court cases and property laws, as his three young children roast marshmallows in the living room fireplace.

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A child's illness, a mother's trial

Pro-life Reality | ‘It was honestly one of the most refining moments of my life,’ single mom Megan Dancisak says of caring for her sick son
by Angela Lu Fulton
Posted 11/11/14, 04:00 pm

This is the eighth installment of our reality series about Megan Dancisak, 28, and her son, Ethan. She has the pleasure of raising him and the hardship of doing so as a single mom. Read the first chapter of Dancisak’s story to find out how she chose life for her son when she had no idea how she could afford to raise him.

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