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The president restated his commitment to immigration reform in his inaugural address last week.
Every year the world produces around four billion tons of food. And between a third and half of it goes to waste.
The International Labor Organization says nearly 200 million people are without jobs. And the ILO is warning of even higher unemployment this year.
In May of 1787, a group of America's early leaders met in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania to amend the Articles of Confederation.
Earlier studies showed that bilingualism seemed to favor the development of these heightened skills.
Now looking for new clothing is becoming as easy and satisfying as exploring the tasty offerings of food trucks.
It's been 40 years since the US Supreme Court legalized abortion, but the controversy over the practice is as fierce as ever.
Many sub-Saharan countries have had sustained economic growth despite the global recession.
Teachers say the digital age has had a good influence -- and a not-so-good influence -- on this generation of American teenagers.
Eradicating weeds means that you have to remove all the seeds and roots so the plants will not grow back. But birds or the wind can reintroduce them to the land.