Immigration Reform, Inventing Jobs, the Myths and Realities of A.D.H.D.

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Tuesday, April 02, 2013

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What's Up Next for Immigration Reform | Responses: What Job Would You Invent For Yourself? | The Myths and Realities of A.D.H.D. | Applying for Jobs? Try Inventing a Job Instead

North Korea Announces Plans to Restart Reactor

Mysterious and disturbing provocations from North Korea gained a possible new twist today. North Korea announced it would restart all of its nuclear facilities to expand the availability of plutonium and enriched uranium for what it says is a growing nuclear arsenal.

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What's Up Next for Immigration Reform

When Congress returns from its two-week recess, next week, immigration will be the first thing on the agenda. But the United States already has a few different guest worker programs in place. How will they be impacted? Will the changes be effective?

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Responses: What Job Would You Invent For Yourself?

More and more trailblazers and education experts are saying that the future of work will rely on entrepreneurship, rather than old-fashioned employment. Rather than applying for jobs, we’ll be making up our own jobs. So if you could invent your own job out of thin air, what would it be?

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Why are Latinos Flocking to Islam?

You may be surprised to learn that in 2011, 12 percent of all converts to Islam in the United States were Latino. That's double the rate of a decade ago.

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The Myths and Realities of A.D.H.D.

New data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, analyzed by Takeaway partner The New York Times, finds the rate of A.D.H.D. diagnosis has exploded over the last decade.

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Applying for Jobs? Try Inventing a Job Instead

New York Times columnist Thomas Friedman recently wrote a piece highlighting the spirit of innovation that future generations will need to "find" jobs. But what will these jobs look like? And how can an average person create these jobs for themselves?

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