The president could issue a series of pardons and commutations during his final weeks in office, according to reports.
Some 6.4 million children rely on the benefits of a program that has traditionally served as a lifeline to retirees.
And NALEO's report only analyzed the impact on Latinos in 19 states.
That is a question posed by a report released today by Oil Change International and the Sierra Club, which is an update to
At the 10th anniversary of Hurricane Katrina, CECP looks back at how disaster relief response has changed among companies. We found that overall, the data show that aggregate giving from corporations for disaster relief has declined over the last five years. A deeper look into the data and additional resources shows that it's a complex story. We explored:
Given the economy's size and complexity, our problems cannot be solved by tinkering around the edges. Instead, a total revamp is necessary, one that both grows the middle class while reining in the runaway excess of the business class.
"This is an important day in our two-year odyssey," said Commission Chairman Scott Jackson. "After creating an executive
How to End Child Poverty for 60 Percent of Poor Children and 72 Percent of All Poor Black Children Today
It is a national disgrace that so many poor children live in the United States of America -- the world's richest economy. It doesn't have to be this way. It's costly. And it's the greatest threat to our future national, economic and military security.
At the end of every year, platoons of food professionals -- consultants, chefs, writers and research firms -- race to predict the trends that will influence foodies all over America and ergo the world.
John Yoo, author of the torture memo, has come forward with his own views on the rectal feeding of detainees.