India West, News Report, Posted: Sep 29, 2014
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi made his case for giving nations contributing troops to United Nations' peacekeeping operations more say in decision-making at his meeting with Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon Saturday as he pitched for more reforms in the working of the 193-nation world body to make it more effective.
New America Media, News Report, Posted: Sep 26, 2014
College students in Korea turned bags of chips into a raft to protest disparities in price and quantity between chips sold in Korea and abroad.
Asian Journal, News Report, Posted: Sep 26, 2014
Covered California acknowledged problems with enrollment delays and dropped health plan coverage for nearly 30,000 consumers over the weekend. The health insurance exchange is working to fix the issue before the next sign-up period this fall.
Navajo Times, News Report, Posted: Sep 25, 2014
As soon as Navajo Nation President Ben Shelly and Speaker Pro Tem Lorenzo Bates ink their signatures with federal officials on the $554 million settlement, public hearings with the Navajo people will take place.
EdSource Today, News Report, Posted: Sep 25, 2014
As accountability for student progress in California becomes more local, a new report focuses on how school districts can better educate their English learners.
Washington Informer, News Report, Posted: Sep 25, 2014
The use of recreational drugs in the U.S., a common occurrence among youth, often leads to negative outcomes including addiction, incarceration and even death.
Colorlines, News Report, Posted: Sep 25, 2014
After serving six years as U.S. attorney general, Eric Holder is planning to resign.
Vietnam Right Now, News Report, Posted: Sep 22, 2014
Three land activists from Duong Noi, a village in suburban Hanoi mostly known for its long-standing land disputes, on Friday appeared before the Ha Dong People’s Court.
CHIRLA, News Report, Posted: Sep 18, 2014
The older brother of prominent DREAMer activist Jessica Bravo, was detained Thursday by ICE agents at his family’s home.
Audrey Magazine, News Report, Posted: Sep 17, 2014
Kenneth Shinozuka is only15-years-old, but he already has a goal in life: He aims to discover a cure for Alzheimer’s Disease. Until that day comes, it seems that Shinozuka spends his time trying to find ways to make things just a little easier for patients with Alzheimer’s as well as those who take care of them.
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