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This Feb. 6, 2019 photo shows an installation view of the exhibit "The Value of Good Design," at The Museum of Modern Art in New York. The exhibit runs Feb. 10 to June 15, 2019. (John Wronn/The Museum of Modern Art via AP)
AP, Arts, Media & Culture, News
NEW YORK (AP) — From early Tupperware containers to Chemex coffee makers to sleek midcentury modern furniture, a new show...
"Performance at the Boulder Bandshell" Photo courtesy of Boulder Opera Company
Arts, Media & Culture, News, Nonprofit Spotlight
Read our interview with Executive Artistic Director and Founder of the Bolder Opera Company Dianela Acosta on the organization’s programs...
George A Jones CEO
Children & Families, Justice & Poverty, Previews
George A. Jones, Chief Executive Officer of Bread for the City, discusses how community-based challenges impede in effectively serving low-income...
FILE - In this Wednesday, Feb. 7, 2018 file photo, a nurse prepares a flu shot from a vaccine vial at the Salvation Army in Atlanta. Preliminary figures released Thursday, Feb. 14, 2019 suggest this winter’s vaccine is 47 percent effective overall in preventing flu illness severe enough to send a patient to the doctor's office - an improvement from the previous year. (AP Photo/David Goldman)
AP, Health, News
NEW YORK (AP) — The flu vaccine is doing a relatively good job this season, protecting about half the people...
FILE - In this Oct. 4, 2005 file photo, a man smokes a cigarette in Euharlee, Ga. According to a report by the American Cancer Society released on Thursday, Feb. 14, 2019, cancer deaths have dropped for all Americans, but the rates have fallen faster in blacks than whites. Experts say the main reason is that smoking rates fell more dramatically in blacks in the past 40 years, and that’s paying off in fewer deaths now. (AP Photo/Ric Feld)
AP, Health, News
NEW YORK (AP) — For a long time, blacks have died of cancer at higher rates than other Americans. But...
Paula Thompson in the studio
Justice & Poverty, Previews
Paula Thompson Felder, Executive Director of Voices for A Second Chance, discusses the organization's unique approach in helping incarcerated individuals...
FILE - In this June 18, 2018 file photo, equipment used to test for perfluoroalkyl and polyfluoroalkyl substances, known collectively as PFAS, in drinking water is seen at Trident Laboratories in Holland, Mich. The Environmental Protection Agency is expected to announce a plan for dealing with a class of long-lasting chemical contaminants amid complaints from members of Congress and environmentalists that it's not moved aggressively enough to regulate them. (Cory Morse/The Grand Rapids Press via AP, File)
AP, Environment, News
Under pressure from Congress, the Environmental Protection Agency said Thursday that it would move toward setting safety limits for a...
"Construction workers heading home" by David McSpadden licensed under CC BY 2.0
Justice & Poverty, News
According to new research from the Peterson Institute for International Economics, the U.S. benefits from Latino immigration in many ways....
Sharon Toomer Poster
Arts, Media & Culture, Previews
Sharon Toomer, Executive Director of the National Association of Black Journalists, discusses how the organization helps journalism students become more...
"Man with handgun" by Marco Verch licensed under CC BY 2.0
Children & Families, News
According to a new study published in the journal Pediatrics, the number of children that are being harmed by firearms...
FILE - In this May 19, 2015 file photo, a nuclear medicine technologist makes a PET scan of a patient at Georgetown University Hospital in Washington. Depression has long been linked to certain cognitive problems, and now researchers at Yale University are using PET scans to study key brain connections and try to find out why. (AP Photo/Evan Vucci)
AP, Health, News
WASHINGTON (AP) — Memory and thinking skills naturally slow with age but now scientists are peeking inside living brains to...
Jon White Consortium of Ocean Leadership
Environment, Previews
Jon White, President and Chief Executive Officer of the Consortium for Ocean Leadership, discusses the importance of cultivating aquatic species...
FILE- In this Oct. 23, 2018, file photo, students walk on the campus of Miami Dade College, in Miami. The nine companies and organizations tasked with servicing the accounts of the nation’s 30 million student loan borrowers repeatedly failed to do their jobs properly over a period of years and their regulator neglected to hold them responsible, a new report finds. The report released Thursday, Feb. 14, 2019, by the Department of Education’s independent Inspector General’s office shows some borrowers weren’t getting the guidance and protection they needed as they sought the best plan for paying off their student loans. (AP Photo/Lynne Sladky)
AP, Education, Justice & Poverty, News
NEW YORK (AP) — The nine companies and organizations tasked with servicing the accounts of the nation's 30 million student...
This Tuesday, Feb. 5, 2019, photo shows the campus of Green Mountain College in Poultney, Vt. The liberal arts college, which saw enrollment drop 43 percent over the last decade, announced it will close in May, going the way of some other small schools that have struggled to stay afloat. (AP Photo/Lisa Rathke)
AP, Education, News
POULTNEY, Vt. (AP) — After 185 years of educating students on its campus of brick buildings on Poultney's main street,...
Tanya-Hilton-Poster-2
Arts, Media & Culture, Previews
Tanya Hilton, Executive Director of CulturalDC, discusses how art plays an integral role in uniting individuals within copacetic communities. ...
This March 29, 2017 photo, shows the main entrance at the Lincoln Children's Zoo in Lincoln, Neb. An already sizable expansion project at the zoo is growing even bigger after donations exceeded the original fundraising goal. (Kent Sievers/Omaha World-Herald via AP)
AP, Environment, News
LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) — An already sizable expansion project at the Lincoln Children's Zoo is growing even bigger after donations...
FILE - In this April 2, 2012 file photo, a 4-year-old Atlantic salmon is held at the National Fish Hatchery in Nashua, N.H. The federal government outlined an ambitious, potentially costly new plan to restore Atlantic salmon in the United States, where rivers teemed with the fish before dams, pollution and overfishing decimated their populations. The Atlantic salmon has declined in the U.S. to the point where the last remaining wild populations of in the U.S. exist only in a handful of rivers in Maine. (AP Photo/Jim Cole, File)
AP, Environment, News
PORTLAND, Maine (AP) — The federal government outlined an ambitious, potentially costly new plan to restore Atlantic salmon in the...
Executive Director, Rebecca Medrano
Arts, Media & Culture, Previews
Rebecca Read Medrano, Co-founder and Executive Director of GALA Hispanic Theatre, discusses how the theater's programs speak to a wide...
FILE - In this Jan. 3, 2019, file photo, a woman takes a snapshot by the border fence between San Diego, Calif., and Tijuana, as seen from Mexico. The immigration spending Congressional leaders on Thursday, Feb. 14, released details of a compromise on border and immigration enforcement that gives President Donald Trump just a sliver of the money he wanted for his border wall with Mexico. (AP Photo/Daniel Ochoa de Olza, File)
AP, Justice & Poverty, News
WASHINGTON (AP) — Battling with one branch of government and opening a new confrontation with another, President Donald Trump announced...
"SAD_Hortons_Kids 78" by US Department of Education licensed under CC BY 2.0
Children & Families, Health, News
According to a new study published in the journal JAMA Pediatrics, more than half of children ages 6 to 18...
Emily Loya at the Studio
Arts, Media & Culture, Education, Previews
Emily Loya, General Manager of KCOSTV El Paso, discusses how the funds used for public television generate quality programming across...
In this Feb. 1, 2019, Bill and Melinda Gates look toward each other and smile while being interviewed in Kirkland, Wash. The couple, whose foundation has the largest endowment in the world, are pushing back against a new wave of criticism about whether billionaire philanthropy is a force for good. They said they’re not fazed by recent blowback against wealthy giving, including viral moments at the World Economic Forum and the shifting political conversation about taxes and socialism. (AP Photo/Elaine Thompson)
AP, Foundations, News
KIRKLAND, Wash. (AP) — Bill and Melinda Gates are pushing back against a new wave of criticism about whether billionaire...
"Ein Haufen Tabletten und ein Glas Wasser" by Marco Verch licensed under CC BY 2.0
Health, News
According to data from the National Health Expenditure, Americans spend billions more on prescription drugs today than 10 years ago....
Carol Jenkins, CEO of World Learning Inc.
Education, Previews
Carol Jenkins, CEO of World Learning Inc., discusses how the organization educates college students, including those with special needs, so...
Instructors march to Denver Public Schools headquarters to deliver Valentine Day cards Wednesday, Feb. 13, 2019, in Denver. Teachers walked off their jobs Monday, the first strike by teachers in Denver in 25 years. (AP Photo/David Zalubowski)
AP, Education, News
DENVER (AP) — Denver teachers ended a three-day walkout Thursday and returned to their classrooms after their union reached a...
A guest takes pictures during a press preview of an exhibition of the all the Rijksmuseum's Rembrandts in Amsterdam, Netherlands, Wednesday, Feb. 13, 2019. To mark the 350th anniversary of the Dutch master's death, museums across the Netherlands have declared 2019 Rembrandt and the Golden Age Year and are staging a string of exhibitions to highlight their collections. (AP Photo/Peter Dejong)
AP, Arts, Media & Culture, News
AMSTERDAM (AP) — For the first time, and likely the last, the Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam is showing off most of...
Lynne Maguire, Board Chair of World Learning Inc.
Education, Previews
Lynne Maguire, Board Chair of World Learning Inc., discusses how the organization's core values impact its educational services and helps...
"Butterfly" by Neurocrawler licensed under CC BY 2.0
Environment, News
According to a new scientific review on the decline of insects around the world, more than 40 percent of insects...
FILE - In this Jan. 23, 2019, file photo, a screen with information from the Women's Law Project shows information on some of the proposed changes to the implementation of Title IX as it pertains to the sexual abuse regulations in education at the NOW monthly meeting in Monaca, Pa. Several of the nation’s largest universities receive more sexual assault complaints from off-campus than from school property, but their obligation to address off-campus cases could be dramatically reduced under a federal proposal. (AP Photo/Keith Srakocic, File)
AP, Justice & Poverty, News
WASHINGTON (AP) — At some of the nation's largest universities, the vast majority of sexual assaults take place not in...
Kyle Zimmer on INSIGHT show
Education, Previews
Kyle Zimmer, President & CEO of First Book, discusses how the organization's economically sustainable foundation helps children from low-income backgrounds...

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