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How do Americans view poverty? Many blue-collar whites, key to Trump, criticize poor people as lazy and content to stay on welfare

He has no phone; he can't afford ... they've had enough money to buy clothes. Last winter, they ran out of coal. Because they're both too old to dig their own, they tried to buy some. But they couldn' ... read more

Seven Lessons I Learned from Working an Assortment of Odd Jobs

I can’t count the number of times someone said to me, “I wish I had stayed in school ... a better test score so that they could get into a decent college still doesn’t sit right with me, even after mo... read more

Stay Put, Young Man

Nobody has a better reason to pick up and move than someone who can’t find a job—or at least so ... plumbers, nurses, nannies, elementary school teachers, and other working-class Americans, would rece... read more

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LeBron: The Sequel

LeBron James To men who hate having their power tested, Maverick Carter is a special nightmare. Heat president Pat Riley, a Hall of Fame coach, can't control ... "They hire these people not because of ... read more

Dayton Duncan Interview

I think he, he offered Clark not only to be a co-captain, but he said, "If you can't do this ... on the fire, so that they know that they're coming into contact with Indian peoples, who've come in con... read more

A Southwest Phila. school that runs on fumes

"We're just asking for enough to educate our kids properly," she said. Her school, at 55th and Kingsessing in Southwest Philadelphia ... of their own pocket to fill their classrooms, the ones who burn ... read more

Why the Andy Reid Coaching Tree Has Been So Successful

They’re energize, they want to be successful, and coach Reid helps with that. He nurtures that, he helps grow ... So I stayed in the room and he starts talking about the grades, everybody’s grades. An... read more

Seacoast tradesmen warn of growing lack of workers

One of them, Steve Turner, opened Turner's Upholstery in Rye 30 years ago and said he can't grow ... to hire a plumber. "So if someone gets in the field now," he said, "they're going to make a lot mor... read more

Philadelphia, City of Designerly Love

If they ventured farther afield to, say, Yale, many returned to found their own ... Philadelphia designers feel, both in business and in life. So when you’re in town, be sure to visit the institutions ... read more

Public Schools for Sale?

And he said to the states, you can't ... schools are not public schools. They're private corporations. BILL MOYERS: So this puts their accountability off limits, right? DIANE RAVITCH: Right. And in fa... read more

Black cops vanishing in Philadelphia

We don't even make up 10 percent of the classes that are coming out now," said Nance, who has reapplied and plans to pay for his own psychological evaluation to compare to the next one he takes from t... read more

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