Emails released on July 31 by the U.S. State Department reveal more about the origins of energy reform efforts in Mexico. The State Department released them as part of the once-a-month rolling release schedule for emails generated by former U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, now a Democratic presidential candidate.
James Robinson of Detroit walked 21 miles a day back and forth to his hourly wage job, where he had chalked up a decade of perfect attendance.
If our country is ever to get out of its current polarized rut, our media habits need to change. People need to get their news from a wide range of sources and go beyond their own echo chambers to get various perspectives on the news. They need news that they can rely on.
A new study finds that while austerity might reduce the American government's spending, its consequences cost even more.
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While the overall news is good -- more Americans believe climate change is real -- the underlying factors for those that do not are really scary. If there is one argument we just can't win, it's an argument based on ideology. Or can we?
McDowell, who was homeless, was accused of felony larceny by authorities who said she sent her child to a stronger school
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The Brookings Institution ranked once again as the world's top think tank in an annual survey out today. The think tank expert
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By Agustin Armendariz In all but eight of California's 26 metropolitan areas, minorities make up more than half the population
According to a new report from the Brookings Institute, non-white people accounted for 98 percent of population growth in
Bill Gates says that his $5 billion experiment in education has not failed. Gates also claims that he trusts in science. That prompted me to reread the National Academy of Sciences' analysis of the failure of test-driven accountability.
It seems that the D.C. think tanks are absolutely dedicated towards further encouraging this trend and destroying any efforts to retain equitable class sizes in our public schools.
That's the question posed by the Brookings Institute in a recent paper, "Financially Fragile Households: Evidence and Implications