NEW YORK — The 2007 People’s Weekly World/Nuestro Mundo Fund drive is moving ahead steadily, fueled by the enthusiasm and contributions of grassroots supporters.
UNITED NATIONS (IPS) — The United Nations General Assembly snubbed the United States for its hostility towards Cuba, Oct. 30, amid fresh calls for an end to the 45-year economic and financial embargo imposed on the socialist island.
CHICAGO — I recently visited the National Museum of Mexican Art’s 21st annual “Dia de los Muertos (Day of the Dead): A New Beginning,” an exhibition here, so I could reflect on one of the most important traditions celebrated in Mexico.
If you are driving down the interstate and suddenly come on a terrible smell, you are probably passing the site of a confined animal feeding operation (CAFO). There, thousands of animals are crowded together, being fed to get up to market weight. The manure these operations produce equals the sewage produced by a city.
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ENSCONDIDO, Calif. (PAI) — California officials showed leadership helping hundreds of thousands of San Diego-area residents forced to flee their homes during the state’s weeklong fire disaster, said Harold Schaitberger, president of the International Association of Fire Fighters, but President Bush didn’t.
There’s an old saying that “there is nothing new under the sun,” meaning the essence of life — matter — can be neither created nor destroyed. It just changes form.
While looking at most media coverage and news analysis about the current economic crisis, you will find almost no references to how the situation is affecting young people. There is little, if any, talk of what is happening in our nation’s schools and universities. However, for a number of reasons, it is easy to see that young people are being hit especially hard.
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WASHINGTON — Congressional Republicans sustained President Bush’s veto of the State Children’s Health Insurance Program (SCHIP) bill for the second time in as many weeks, ignoring a new report that 21 states will run out of SCHIP funds in 2008 unless Congress approves the program with a big increase over current spending.