In a barebones basement office in Buffalo, New York, Katie Campos, an education activist, is plotting a revolution.
If you’re craving a quick hit of optimism, reading a newsmagazine is probably not the best way to go about finding it. As the life coaches and motivational speakers have been trying to tell us for more than a decade now, a healthy, positive mental outlook requires strict abstinence from current events in all forms
A day after President Barack Obama publicly endorsed India’s claim to a permanent seat on the U.N. Security Council, State Department spokesman P.J
Jean Piaget, the pioneering Swiss philosopher and psychologist, spent much of his professional life listening to children, watching children and poring over reports of researchers around the world who were doing the same. He found, to put it most succinctly, that children don’t think like grownups.
Rodrigo Rosenberg became a household name in Guatemala after he posthumously accused the President and First Lady of ordering his Mother’s Day murder last year. His words, left behind in a video taped days before he was shot to death on a tree-lined boulevard, sent tens of thousands of protesters into the streets and sparked youth-led reform movements.
A few weeks ago, the American College of Emergency Physicians launched a campaign to derail proposed policies to reduce the use of emergency departments .
The health-care-reform bill the U.S.
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Women’s breasts are not the usual topic of public discourse in Washington, at least not outside the context of a scandal.
Still struggling to line up the 60 votes that are needed to overcome a potential filibuster of health care reform, Senate majority leader Harry Reid sent a strong signal on Tuesday that President Obama is unlikely to be signing his top domestic priority into law this year, as Democrats had hoped. “We’re not going to be bound by timelines,” Reid told reporters as he emerged from a weekly lunch with Democratic Senators.