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Hoping to stir more Christians to support immigration reform, a group of evangelicals unleashed radio and newspaper ads aimed at House Speaker John Boehner on Thursday. 945 more words
Fact Sheet — The Economic Status of Women of Color: a Snapshot (PDF)
Source: U.S. Department of Labor
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Fifty-eight percent of women in the United States age 16 and over participate in the labor force (working or looking for work).
It took me three days to absorb the rather sobering and depressing story in Sunday’s Washington Post about the ongoing economic crisis in Puerto Rico. The article basically summed up what I have always known from family, friends and conversations with island experts and politicians: Puerto Rico is bleeding. 740 more words
HEMPSTEAD, TX – The principal of Hempstead’s middle school is on paid administrative leave while the district investigates whether she tried to ban students from speaking Spanish in the classroom. 539 more words
WATSONVILLE, California —A weeklong hackathon at UC Santa Cruz over the summer produced a mobile app that helps students navigate through college applications.
Six months and dozens of downloads later, a group of Watsonville High School students is being nationally recognized for its work. 260 more words
The rollout of the health care website might have been off to a rocky start, but Obama said today the Affordable Care Act (ACA) will not be repealed under his watch. 456 more words