The past week brought a burst of momentum to the cannabis legalization movement, as three pro-marijuana initiatives made it past a crucial hurdle.
Unbeknownst to many, the prison system has become a for-profit business in which inmates are the product–a system that has shocking similarities to another human-based business from America’s past: slavery.
A larger percentage of black fathers help their children with their homework compared to white and Hispanic fathers, according a study released by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.
PORT-AU-PRINCE–CMC – The Dominican Republic will present new legislation to Parliament on February 27 to address the Constitutional court ruling that denies citizenship to children of Haitian migrants in the Spanish-speaking country.
WASHINGTON D.C., United States, Wednesday February 5, 2014, CMC – The United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) says it has released a revised form for Caribbean and other immigrants to apply for US citizenship.
Andy Shallal glanced around the room full of D.C. voters, finally attentive, and then back at the two teenagers who wanted to first read poetry.