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The cruelty of Trump’s ‘public charge’ rule puts Californians ‘in the crosshairs’

It would vastly expand the programs included in the calculation by adding food stamps, housing assistance and Medicaid, among others; currently only cash assistance and long-term institutional care ar... read more

Venezuela’s Oil Cuts Beat Saudi Arabia in the Worst Way

Almost a week on from OPEC’s theatrical deal with Russia and others to cut ... s updated cuts in putting a floor under oil prices, remember the heaviest lifting is being done by those too weak to do a... read more

MONONGAH COLUMN: Monongah, a melting pot of dreams

Management’s turned to the countries of Germany, Ireland, Italy, and other Mediterranean countries ... whom you’ve read about extensively in this column. “Pete bought the Martin store in 1922. During ... read more

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The 9:01: Why Indigo Ag, one of the nation's hottest startups, chose Memphis

Before you do anything else, go read Ted Evanoff's column today on how Memphis ... let's dissect Perry's statement. 1. The first and foremost reason Indigo chose Memphis was its customer base. In othe... read more


Column: A puzzling Hall of Fame selection for Baines

Way too much of a long shot after not even being remotely considered by the writers who get first ... put together to make sure no deserving player gets left behind. Those members took a big swing and ... read more

Small Business Today: How business owners find the Christmas Spirit

With the help of my son Ted, I put Christmas ... pass along to others. I’ll start small by saying thanks for reading and have a merry Christmas. Small Business Today is a bi-weekly feature written by ... read more

The Best Way to Respond to Aggressive People

Usually, the answer is no. So you can remind yourself that you are definitely not an "idiot" or whatever other insensitive ... get mad or scared, and at first, I took the bait. read more

UC Berkeley’s first data science majors celebrate graduation

He also wanted to spread his new enthusiasm for data with other students, especially those who may not consider themselves “number people.” He paired up with Vinitra Swamy and faculty member Niek Veld... read more

Column One: Corbyn’s threat to Israel

Unlike many other news organizations, we have not put up a paywall. We want to keep our journalism ... Help us grow and continue telling Israel’s story to the world. Be the first to know - Join our Fa... read more

Column: Most work-eligible welfare recipients are not working

It’s been 20 years now since the 1996 welfare reform, a rare bipartisan triumph, was signed into law. Critics predicted gloom and doom, but it soon proved to be a success. Why? Simply put, it was beca... read more

EF Education First commits to wildlife-friendly travel

BOSTON, Dec. 10, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- International animal welfare organization World Animal Protection announced today that EF Education First, the world leader in ... working with governments and ot... read more

Police yanked a 1-year-old from his mother’s arms during an arrest. Prosecutors dropped the charges.

Friday was a busy day at the Human Resources Administration office in Brooklyn’s Boerum Hill, where New Yorkers can apply for food stamps and other forms of public assistance ... old from his mother’s ... read more



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