The Challenges of Assmilation, A Father and Daughter Talk Finances, Costs of a City-Wide Lockdown

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Wednesday, April 24, 2013

The Social and Economic Costs of a Lockdown | An Inconvenient Truth: Mounting Evidence Syria Crossed "Red Line" | Small Retailers Pushback on Proposed Online Sales Tax | Immigrants Share Their Experiences of Assimilating | Fitting in: Immigrant Children and Assimilation | Is My Generation Screwed?: A Father and Daughter Talk Finance

The Social and Economic Costs of a Lockdown

Last Friday, the city of Boston and its surrounding areas were put on lockdown as authorities searched for the surviving suspect in the Boston Marathon bombings. The subways no longer...

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An Inconvenient Truth: Mounting Evidence Syria Crossed 'Red Line'

There are now three nations saying they have evidence of the use of chemical weapons by the Assad regime in Syria. Israel's senior military intelligence analyst said the regime used...

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Immigrant Shares Her Experiences Assimilating

Immigrating to the US can be especially painful for youth, who have to go to schools where they are surrounded by people they don’t know, and who might treat them as a foreigner. Zuhu...

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Small Retailers Push Back on Proposed Online Sales Tax

The Senate remains poised to pass the Marketplace Fairness Act, which would allow states to require online retailers to collect sales taxes that could add an estimated 11 billion do...

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Fitting in: Immigrant Children and Assimilation

Fifteen percent of the U.S. immigrant population is between the ages of five and seventeen. Immigrant children often face a number of barriers to integration or assimilation: many arr...

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Is My Generation Screwed?: A Father and Daughter Talk Finance

Their parents might have been I investing in 401(k)s and becoming home owners when they were in their 20s, but for many 20-somethings today, those conventions don't seem possible. But...

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