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  • 11 years ago

    If they're not outright poor as a class, young adults in this country are at least very, very broke. The average collegian graduates with more than $20,000 in debt, headed for a job market where real hourly wages have kept pace with neither inflat...

  • 12 years ago

    A new Environmental Protection Agency rule, signed by acting administrator Marianne Horinko on August 27, condemns 19,000 Americans a year to premature death, including more than a thousand New Yorkers. The rule, a revision of the 1977 "new source...

  • 12 years ago

    The government's roundup and detention of U.S. citizens and immigrants perceived to be Arab, South Asian, or Muslim is likely fostering discrimination and prejudice above and beyond the impact of 9-11, say social psychologists. The violent attacks...

  • 12 years ago

    Raw sewage courses through canals and riverbeds. Toxic clouds from burning oil and smoldering buildings billow into the air, raining particles on the countryside. Heavy metals and a stew of chemicals from bombed industrial plants spill into the so...