Over the last six months, the national unemployment rate has bounced back and forth between 3.5 percent and 3.7 percent.
The U.S. Supreme Court just set a date to consider whether President Joe Biden’s student debt cancellation plan is legal – and advocates say Black and Brown student borrowers have the most to gain or lose.
Jail populations throughout the country have reverted to nearly pre-pandemic levels after seeing big declines in the early months of 2020.
The prevalence of continuing and emerging threats to public health in the United States has increased exponentially in recent years.
1080. That’s what I tallied on the SATs more than 40 years ago while attending my college prep high school in Washington, D.C.
On Friday, October 7, the Bureau of Labor Statistics released a report with preliminary September unemployment and job numbers.
The Department of Housing and Urban Development has opened up millions of dollars in funding for groups serving unhoused people in rural areas — an unprecedented move by the agency, say housing advocates.
More than 1,600 book titles across 32 states were banned from public schools during the 2021-2022 school year, with the bulk of the ban requests coming from a handful of right-wing groups pushing for censorship of books that feature LGBTQ+ characters and characters of color, a new report issued Monday said.
After a two year multistate investigation into the vaping company JUUL Labs Inc. the e-cigarette giant has agreed to pay $438.5 million to 34 states and territories, including Nevada.
The Inflation Reduction Act of 2022 narrowly passed the Senate on party lines after Vice President Harris cast the tie-breaking vote on August 7th.