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What If the Newspaper Industry Made a Colossal Mistake?
Readers continue to leave print newspapers, but they’re not migrating to the online editions.
Why Housing Matters
Having a place to live is a basic need for everyone. Yet, for some people, it remains out of reach. Public housing serves approximately 2.2 million people across the U.S., but the need is much greater; more than half a million people are on waiting lists. According to the ReThink Survey: Perceptions of Public Housing 2013, the overwhelming majority of Americans believe U.S. citizens deserve a safe and decent place to live. Yet most Americans surveyed do not support public housing in their own neighborhoods and would not want to live near a public housing unit. Watch, read, and share the inspirational stories from public housing and rethink its impact on individuals, families, and your own community.
Collaborative Health Care: How Nurses Work in Team-Based Settings
Official website for the American Nurses Association, part of the ANA Enterprise, featuring nursing news, professional development and continuing education for nurses.
Nexstar To Spin Off $1B In Stations
The spinoffs necessary for regulatory approval will include stations in at least 13 of 15 markets: Portland, Ore., Salt Lake City; Des Moines, Iowa; Ft. Smith, Ark; Davenport, Iowa; Memphis, Grand Rapids, Mich; Indianapolis, Huntsville, Ala; Hartford, Conn.; Wilkes-Barre/Scranton, Pa.; Harrisburg, Pa.; Hagerstown, Md.; Richmond, Va; and Norfold, Va. Nexstar CEO Perry Sook says he expects those spinoffs will sell for around $1 billion.
100-Year-Old Building In Dallas Being Turned Into Apartments
Among all the building renovations going on in Downtown Dallas one project is attracting a niche crowd.
Digital Distraction at Work: Almost 20 Percent of Workers Check Social Media More than 10 Times...
Training and ‘digital mindfulness’ can help bring more focus and fulfillment to the workplace… It is now commonplace to see people engrossed in their phones at restaurants, in stores and in p…
Should people on the no-fly list be able to buy guns? Yes.
Dec 07, 2015 | 4:24 PM Sen. Dianne Feinstein (D-Calif.) holds up her passport last month during a news conference about Democratic legislative proposals to combat terrorism. (Chip Somodevilla / Getty Images) It seems simple enough: If the federal government, based on intelligence or policing, puts a person on its watch list of suspected terrorists or decrees that he or she is too dangerous to be allowed on an airplane, then surely it would also be foolish to let that person buy a firearm in the United States. Makes sense, doesn't it That was the thrust of a proposed law by Sen. Dianne Feinstein President Obama in his Oval Office address Sunday evening. "What could possibly be the argument for allowing a terrorist suspect to buy a semiautomatic weapon?" the president asked. When…
What It's Really Like To Be A Volunteer Escort At An Abortion Clinic
I have been a volunteer clinic escort at an independent abortion clinic in northern New Jersey for almost two years. In that time, I have been berated,...