In Miami-Dade County Public Schools, the silent, invisible existence of poverty often reveals itself through some children’s growling stomachs Concealed within the brick and mortar of our schools and classrooms
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Along with their taxes, Americans have also filed a verdict this spring on the Republican tax law: Meh. When the law passed, late in 2017, President Trump and other party leaders hoped it would significantly boost their fortunes. But as the first filing season under the new law drew to a close,
The Hurricanes are the playoff darlings of the NHL, full of brimming energy and a grind-it-out attitude as they continue to wear their “bunch of jerks” label with pride.
Ariana Grande has been open about feeling depleted to her fans on Twitter.
Justice Dept. watch: If You Don’t Indict, You Can’t Incite Contrary to what The New York Times and (allegedly) some members of special counsel Robert Mueller’s team believe, the job of prosecutors is not “to pen ‘damaging’ narratives about people they couldn’t indict,” asserts The Hill’s John Solomon. Nor is it their job “to air