by Casey Quinlan Aug 31, 2015
The burden of student debt weighs even more heavily on black and Hispanic college students.
by Casey Quinlan Aug 30, 2015
A South Dakota legislator thinks a birth certificate or genital examination is the only way schools should determine an athlete's gender identity.
by Bryce Covert Aug 29, 2015
Funding shortfalls, legal barriers, and other obstacles mean that many residents are still fighting their way home.
by Bryce Covert Aug 28, 2015
Three other states have committed to reaching the same goal by the end of the year.
by Alice Ollstein Aug 27, 2015
"Our legal system can be and all too often is stacked against those who have the least power, who are the most vulnerable," said Hillary Clinton, who has taken donations from the hedge funds preying on Baltimore residents.
by Bryce Covert Aug 27, 2015
"Women should not have to choose between being homeless and staying alive or keeping their children alive."
by Alan Pyke Aug 27, 2015
An acre of real estate in Oakland seemed destined to host luxury housing. But now, it could become a teachers' village.
The company announced that it will end the use of on-call shifts and give employees advance notice of their schedules.
by Bryce Covert Aug 26, 2015
The shooting that took the lives of two television employees while on the job today is part of a larger, ongoing pattern.
by Casey Quinlan Aug 26, 2015
Concerned parents and community members are fighting for the fate of a Chicago high school that is slated to be closed.