- Boston HeraldNov 02 01:52 PM
Former Iowa Sen. Tom Harkin — a prominent Hillary Clinton-backer in the nation’s first caucus state — jabbed at her rival today, saying insurgent democratic socialist candidate Bernie Sanders is just as “establishment” as Clinton is.
- International Business TimesNov 24 08:01 PM
President Obama signed on Friday an executive order aimed at rooting out the fraud and abuse in federal educational programs designed to help members of the military, veterans and their families go to college.
- TODAYonlineNov 24 03:52 AM
BANGKOK - Migrant workers toiling in Thailand's seafood industry to supply global companies such as Nestle SA are subjected to hazardous, exploitative and degrading conditions in which some fishermen are even sold to other boat captains, a report commissioned...
- BloombergNov 13 02:03 AM
His rhetoric against guest-worker programs has brought him trouble with the left. Can he reframe it?
- Associated Press via Yahoo! NewsNov 18 09:00 PM
Today is Thursday, Nov. 19, the 323rd day of 2015. There are 42 days left in the year.
- Time MagazineNov 03 05:35 AM
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- The Huffington PostNov 16 10:52 AM
At a press conference this morning, the Justice Department, the Department of Education, and a group of state attorneys general announced what Attorney General Loretta Lynch called a "landmark settlement" of fraud charges against for-profit college company Education Management Corporation (EDMC). The company will pay $95.5 million -- the largest False Claims Act settlement ever with a for-profit...
- USDANov 05 12:35 PM
WASHINGTON, November 5, 2015 – Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack today announced two new inductees, Cesar Chavez and Dr. Mary-Dell Chilton, into the U.S. Department of Agriculture Hall of Heroes.
- Dairy HerdNov 12 07:45 AM
Five Democratic Senators united their voices to urge the Department of Health and Human Services to quickly finalize its rule for more data collection on the sale and distribution of medically important antibiotics in agriculture. This information would include species-specific data.
- BloombergNov 04 02:25 AM
To investors including KKR & Co. and Steven Cohen’s Point72 Asset Management, Laureate Education Inc. has been a star student in the struggling class of for-profit colleges. Now, as the world’s largest higher-education company prepares for an initial public offering, two new report cards have given its biggest U.S. school some poor grades.
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