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  • Americans Are Flossing in the Strangest Places

    NewsUSA Where have you flossed other than your bathroom? If you’re like nearly 40 percent of Americans, the answer is… in a car. How about on a date? Seven percent admitted to flossing on a date. Another six percent said on an airplane, and then there was the five...
  • 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...
  • NEWS FOR OLDER AMERICANS

    Overcoming Isolation and Loneliness NAPSI If you’ve ever felt lonely, you’re not alone. Researchers at the University of Chicago found that nearly half of older adults in America experience some degree of loneliness. The University of Chicago study is part of Connect2Affect, a collaborative effort spearheaded by AARP Foundation to learn more about isolation and loneliness in older adults...
  • Could Multiracial Americans Ease Racial Tensions?

    Trimmel Gomes Public News Service TALLAHASSEE, Fla. – At a time of cultural and racial divide, multiracial Floridians find themselves caught in the middle – even as they offer a glimpse into the future of social and demographic changes in the U.S. The once-per-decade census shows America becoming more...
  • Are Older Americans Key to Revitalizing Small Towns?

    Eric Tegethoff Public News Service BOISE, Idaho – Rural Idaho communities that are looking to revitalize themselves should consider investing in one of the country’s greatest assets: older Americans. That’s according to researcher and small-town consultant Doug Griffiths, who is also the author of “13 Ways to Kill Your...
  • A PERFORMANCE EVALUATION OF THE TRUMP ADMINISTRATION

    Hilbert Morales EL OBSERVADOR An email from Washington, D.C., July 20, 2017, communicated that Democratic Party Minority Leader Senator Nancy Pelosi’s staff had compiled this evaluation exactly six months after President Donald J. Trump was sworn in as the elected President of the United States of America, making him...
  • Devos Confirmed: Process Shows Americans “Committed” to Public Education

    Mike Clifford Public News Service Nationally, education advocates say even though Betsy DeVos was approved by a narrow margin on Tuesday February 7th, the fight has galvanized support for public education. As expected, Vice President Mike Pence had to make history by casting the deciding vote to confirm President...