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USDA’s Compass Project Aids Regional Food Systems
Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack and Deputy Secretary Kathleen Merrigan of the U.S. Department of Agriculture on Wednesday announced ...
March 1, 2012
Obama Speaks on Energy, Gas Prices
The prices at the pump are a reminder as to why “we need to develop new sources of ...
February 23, 2012
DOJ, States Reach $25 Billion Mortgage Settlement
The Department of Justice and 49 state attorneys general have reached a $25 billion settlement with the country's ...
February 9, 2012
Obama Administration Moves Forward on Wind Farms
The Obama administration announced Thursday it had moved a step closer to increasing development and production of offshore ...
February 3, 2012
Son of US Cabinet Member Detained in Egypt
Sam LaHood, the son of Transportation Secretary Ray Lahood, has been barred from leaving Egypt.
January 26, 2012
Indiana Democrats Boycott Right-to-Work Bill
House Democrats continued their boycott of Indiana’s 2012 legislative session Thursday after shutting business down Jan. 4, the ...
January 6, 2012
‘You Can’t Possibly Think About Missing Shen Yun,’ Says Professor
Ms. Edwards said, “You can’t possibly think about missing it. It is just extraordinary. One of the most ...
December 31, 2011
States Implement New E-Verify Laws
E-Verify, run by the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS), is a system made to cross reference employers' ...
December 30, 2011
Busiest Holiday Travel Season in a Decade
91.9 million Americans expected to travel 50 or more miles away from home. This is up 1.4 percent ...
December 22, 2011
Obama Proposes Protection for Home Care Workers
The White House announced yesterday a Department of Labor proposal to revise worker regulations and offer wage and ...
December 15, 2011
New Legislation: US Visas for Real Estate
Bipartisan legislation has been proposed this year that would make it possible for foreigners spending $500,000 or more ...
December 11, 2011
Medicare to Cover Obesity Screening, Counseling
The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) announced this week that Medicare is adding coverage for preventative ...
December 1, 2011
Study Links Wildfires to Illegal Border Crossings
An investigation of Arizona's Horseshoe 2 fire suggests that illegal drug smugglers from Mexico were in the area ...
November 24, 2011
Online Piracy Bill Raises Controversy
Despite its initial bipartisan support, the Stop Online Piracy Act (SOPA) introduced by Republican Rep. Lamar Smith of ...
November 17, 2011
Penn State Fires Paterno, Spanier
The Penn State University (PSU) Board of Trustees announced after a meeting Wednesday evening that after serving for ...
November 10, 2011
First National Emergency Broadcast Test Scheduled
The “this is only a test” message that everyone has heard on TV or radio will be seen ...
November 3, 2011
Are You a Target for Identity Theft?
In an age when information is shared instantly, identity theft is on the rise.
October 20, 2011
Defense Secretary Concerned Over Military Cuts
If the appointed super committee cannot reach a consensus on $1.5 trillion dollars in deficit cuts over a ...
October 13, 2011
Majority of Americans Distrust Media, Perceive Bias
A recent poll found that the majority of Americans distrust the media. Fifty-five percent of Americans have little ...
October 6, 2011
ROTC Returns to Yale After 54-Year Absence
Yale University's President Richard Levin and the U.S. Secretary of the Air Force Michael B. Donley signed an ...
September 29, 2011
Massachusetts Jobless Rate Well Below National Average
According to a recent release issued by the Executive Office of Labor and Workforce Development, the unemployment rate ...
August 24, 2011
Boston—A Bike Friendly City Grows More Friendly
The new launch of the Hubway system puts the city on the map for cycling.
August 18, 2011
Massachusetts Health Care Costs Rising
Massachusetts made health insurance mandatory, splitting the responsibility between individuals and employers.
June 28, 2011
Institute of Medicine Says Climate Change Worsens Indoor Air
According to a recent report, poor indoor air quality costs billions in lost productivity. Climate change and extreme ...
June 27, 2011
Mass. Senate Passes Legislation to Limit Compensation for Nonprofit Board Members
Nonprofit organizations already enjoy benefits, including tax breaks, and following an outcry in Massachutes, nonprofit board members of ...
June 8, 2011
Senator Brown Opposes Ryan’s Plan for Medicare
The Republican budget that has recently been presented by the house has been under debate. Senator Scott Brown ...
May 25, 2011
Study Finds Remanufacturing Not Always Good
Professor Timothy Gutowski of MIT's Mechanical Engineering Department, his team found that in half of 25 cases studied, ...
May 19, 2011
FBI Probes Allegations of Assault on Female Soldier at Afghan Refugee Camp in New Mexico
Biden Says Democrats Stuck in ‘Stalemate’ in Talks on $3.5 Trillion Spending Bill
Pink River Dolphins: Bolivian Scientists, Fishermen Team up to Unravel Mysteries
New Home Sales Rise in August, Prices Remain High
, Epoch Times
Olympic Gymnast Aly Raisman Opens up About Sexual Abuse in TV Special
‘Two Michaels’ Back in Canada After Nearly 3 Years of Captivity in China
, Epoch Times
Psaki Responds to Calls for Biden to Visit Southern Border
China Diverting Attention From Its Wrongdoings in Hong Kong: US State Department
Distinguished US Professors Participated in Controversial Chinese Recruitment Plan: Leaked Documents
Health: Instagram Is Bad for Teens—and Facebook Knows It
Christia Spears Brown
, University of Kentucky