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By Joseph Shapiro The thing Sara Garcia remembers from the day her son, Mark, got out of prison was the hug — the very, very awkward hug. He had just turned 21 and for the past two and a half … Continue reading
By Pam Fessler The College Kid Rico Saccoccio is a junior at Fordham University in the Bronx. He’s from a middle-class family in Connecticut and he spent the summer living at home with his parents, who cover about $15,000 a … Continue reading
By Steven Rosenfeld Florida law enforcement, from the local police to the special prosecutor overseeing the Trayvon Martin case, did not want to see George Zimmerman convicted of murder and deliberately threw away the case, allowing their prosecution to crumble. … Continue reading
By Larry Kaplow Latin American cartels are fueled by U.S. drug demand so their illegal retail networks often stretch throughout America. And Mexico’s arrest of Miguel Angel Trevino Morales was a reminder that the connections between drug traffickers and the … Continue reading
By Martin Kaste Lawmakers continue to wrangle over a bill that would overhaul the nation’s immigration system. One provision in this bill would allow companies to import a lot more skilled workers. The tech industry has lobbied hard for this, … Continue reading
By Lauren Silverman The job hunt is complicated enough for most high school and college graduates — and even tougher for the growing number of young people on the autism spectrum. Despite the obstacles that people with autism face trying to … Continue reading
Okay, how many of you are earning the minimums listed here? I don’t think many of us are economically “surviving” at all, “Drowning” maybe. What’s your opinion? Beyond ‘Surviving’: Defining Economic Security : NPR.
Breaking news!! This is a major and growing problem. We must engage other nations to discuss and resolve the issue of Somalian piracy. The lawlessness must end. Marines Storm Ship Seized By Pirates : The Two-Way : NPR.