Of her adopted Korean son, Shelley Langton, a white American, said, she doesn’t think of him as different. “I think of him as my son. And I guess I think of him as like me.” Read more here.
This past spring, the Santa Rosa Press Democrat won a Pulitzer Prize for their coverage of the California wildfires. As the fires rage again, this Q&A is unfortunately extremely relevant.
Puerto Rico is still struggling from hurricanes Maria and Irma – and another hurricane season is here. Read more about how Puerto Rico’s economy may be holding it back.
“For Maia Dery, sitting still has never been much of an option.” Article by Laura Pellicer and Frank Stasio, photo by Nicole Zelniker.
Trade wars are in the news a lot recently – but what is a trade war, and why should we care? Read five experts opinions, curated by Nicole Zelniker and Bryan Keogh.
At the forefront of urban farming innovation, Farmshelf provides the equipment that allows restaurants to grow their own food. Read about them here.
Trump keeps saying that we need to expel undocumented immigrants from the U.S. These economists disagree. Read more from The Conversation here.
College costs are continuously going up. Early college programs are here to take some of the load off.