Is Obama Really the 'Deporter-in-Chief?' Depends on Whom You Ask
 

Is Obama Really the 'Deporter-in-Chief?' Depends on Whom You Ask

PRI's The World, News Report, Angilee Shah, Posted: Apr 16, 2014

Although the increase in deportations is largely due to laws passed in 1996, Obama could use his executive authority to curb deportations.

 

Food Truck Makes Texas-Sized Hit With Kimchi Fries

 

Korea Times, News Report, Jane Han, Posted: Apr 14, 2014

While Korean tacos are all the rage, one wildly popular Austin food truck has moved onto something even better – fries, on steroids.

 

Young, New Blood to Cover Bay Area’s Chinese Community

 

New America Media, Profile, Chantel Genest, Posted: Apr 10, 2014

At 25, Ricky Chan is the youngest member on the KTSF team, the country’s oldest Chinese-language nightly newscast.

 

Re-Development Act for Lower 9th Ward Proposed

 

Louisiana Weekly, News Report, Nayita Wilson, Posted: Apr 09, 2014

Two proposed measures would allow current and former Lower Ninth Ward residents and other individuals to purchase abandoned property in the area.

 

Marcos Gutierrez -- A Tireless Voice for San Francisco Latinos

 

New America Media, Profile, Vanessa Serpas, Posted: Apr 08, 2014

Anyone who listens to Spanish language radio in the Bay Area knows the name Marcos Gutierrez.

 

Can President Obama Stop Deportations?

 

Equal Voice News, News Report, Maureen O'Hagan, Posted: Apr 04, 2014

Since Pres. Barack Obama took office in 2009, almost 2 million people have been deported.

 

African Americans Say 'Parent Involvement' Key to School Success

 

New America Media, News Report, George White, Posted: Apr 03, 2014

A new poll has found that black parents, when asked about education issues, cited "lack of parent involvement" as their greatest concern.

 

Congress to Unemployed: Maybe You Should Move to the Ukraine

 

The Root, News Analysis, George Ellison, Posted: Apr 03, 2014

While doling out $1 billion to stabilize the Ukraine, with more promised, Congress is stalled on benefits for millions of jobless Americans.

 

Technology Changing Classrooms, Some More Than Others

 

New America Media, News Report, Irene Florez, Posted: Apr 01, 2014

The rush to inject more technology into classrooms is leaving many students behind.

 

New CA Program to Streamline Health Care for ‘Dual-Eligibles’

 

New America Media, News Report, Brenda Rincon, Posted: Mar 29, 2014

Cal MediConnect was designed to make health care access easier for the thousands of Californians who are eligible for both Medicare and Medi-Cal.

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