• PROTECTING YOUR ASSETS

    Three Simple Ways To Keep Your Information Safer NAPSI It seems as though data breaches affecting millions of Americans are constantly in the news these days. If this makes you anxious about the safety of your personal information, that’s understandable. You can protect your data by using secure internet connections rather...
  • CDC Report: Opioid Crisis Hits Harder in U.S.

    Andrea Sears Public News Service CONCORD, N.H. – Drug overdose deaths are increasing rapidly in the United States, and New Hampshire is near top of the list. A report from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) shows more than 63,000 drug overdose deaths nationwide in 2016, a 21 percent...
  • AZ Latino Leaders Slam Arpaio’s Run for Senate

    Suzanne Potter Public News Service PHOENIX – Groups that fought to kick former Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio out of office are now mobilizing to defeat him in his bid this November for the U.S. Senate seat being vacated by Jeff Flake. The 85-year-old Arpaio lost his job of...
  • More White Americans Feel They’re Victims of Bias

    Suzanne Potter California News Service SACRAMENTO, Calif. – The number of white Americans who believe they face discrimination is on the rise. According to a recent poll, 55 percent of white Americans believe their group experiences racial discrimination. Clara Wilkins, an assistant professor of psychology at Wesleyan University who...
  • Raising Minimum Wage Helps Teens, Their Families

    Andrea Sears Public News Service BOSTON – A new study from the Massachusetts Budget and Policy Center says raising the minimum wage has little impact on teen unemployment, but can have a big impact on teens and their families. On Monday, 18 states saw their minimum wages increase, but Massachusetts wasn’t...
  • The ABCs of Trump’s Political Demise

    Alon Ben-Meir As we approach the end of Trump’s first year in office, it seems appropriate to survey his performance and his outlook for the future. But right at the onset, one cannot escape the conclusion that, unlike any other of his predecessors, he is a weird and wild...
  • The Ticking Tax Bomb

    As it stands, the Republican tax bill will do more harm to the average American through its hidden incentives and repeals Arturo Hilario El Observador The Trump Administration wants a sizeable win before the end of the year, and they’ve focused on something that is the most probable candidate...
  • Haitian Community Vows to Fight as Trump Moves to Terminate Legal Status

    Suzanne Potter California News Service SACRAMENTO, Calif. – California is home to some 16,000 Haitians who have now been given less than two years to pack up and leave – or find a way to get legal status – as the Trump administration decided on Tuesday to end Temporary...
  • Experts: Senate Tax Bill Socks It to Many California Taxpayers

    Suzanne Potter California News Service SACRAMENTO, Calif. – Analysts say the tax bill moving quickly through Congress benefits corporations, rich professionals and wealthy families – at the expense of the deficit and ultimately everyone else. Republicans have promised that the tax bill would raise wages. But they admit the bill...