Public News Service - Social Issues

NEW HAVEN, Conn. – A new report says the presence of police officers in schools does not appear to enhance safety or improve academic ...Read More
PORTLAND, Ore. – Health care doesn't stop after a person leaves the doctor's office. Factors outside of the traditional care setting such as ...Read More
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. – It wasn't that long ago that American women regularly gave birth to five or 10 children, but fertility rates across the U.S ...Read More
BISMARCK, N.D. – A global delegation of indigenous women is in North Dakota to discuss the effects of oil and gas projects on their communities ...Read More
COLUMBUS, Ohio – A popular box-office movie about an unlikely superhero is opening the curtain on the plight of children in need of foster care ...Read More
WHITESBURG, Ky. — A bill that would give coal communities $1 billion to clean up abandoned coal mines and boost local economies was ...Read More
SIOUX FALLS, S.D. — As the U.S. Census Bureau begins hiring more than a half-million workers nationwide to help with the once-a-decade count ...Read More
PHOENIX — A national report out this week gives Arizona preschool programs poor marks, based mainly on low enrollment numbers. But an Arizona- ...Read More
LINCOLN, Neb. — On Wednesday at the Nebraska Civil Rights Conference in Lincoln, a national campaign was launched to pave the way for more ...Read More
SACRAMENTO, Calif. — In California and across the nation, districts are struggling to hire enough teachers. And the shortage is getting worse ...Read More
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