Today, we report on U.S. presidential nomination standings, disaster recovery in Texas, peace efforts in Syria, and a private club’s membership dilemma.
The study used government data to rank each American county by health indicators like obesity and premature death, and considered factors like the presence of fast-food restaurants.
North American leaders convene, GOP candidates face off in three primaries, and some military veterans transition to civilian life while doing relief work.
Today, we report on U.S. Supreme Court deliberations, rising gas prices, a controversial neighborhood watch shooting, and increased security for the SAT.
President Obama visits Korea’s DMZ, a Florida shooting sparks nationwide protests, and the U.S. Supreme Court hears a case on the 2010 health care reform law.
Those dismissive of college don’t recognize how much higher education has changed and how much vocational training is now offered on college campuses, an economist writes.
Today, we report on GOP primary results, new developments concerning an oil pipeline, and what’s known about a neighborhood watch shooting in Florida.
Gas prices fuel U.S. political fire, Brazil aims to balance economic and environmental concerns, and one woman offers a better life to some Nepalese children.
In Monday’s program, CNN Student News takes you to Puerto Rico, Pakistan, France and the District of Columbia as we bring you headlines from around the world.
Demonstrations everywhere in Chile… Amidst the mayhem, “Abuela” stood quietly demonstrating about the killing of her grandson… Manuel, 16 years old, was walking with his older brother who uses a wheelchair when he was shot last September 2011 during violent unrest in his neighborhood.
Today there were student demonstrations everywhere in Chile. Summer holidays are over, school started last week & students took to the streets again to demonstrate. I don’t know how many students demonstrated today, however I witnessed confrontations @ the Law School with the police in front of the prestigious Universidad de Chile . Nobody seemed [...]
Nearly 10,000 students from across the Community College’s, the California State University’s (CSU’s), and the University of California’s (UC’s), gathered in Sacramento, CA to march from Southside Park to the State Capitol Building steps to peacefully protest the budget cuts to higher to education and demand our government and legislatures continue to fund our future. [...]
I could hear the frustration in Senator Menendez’s voice when we spoke on the phone. “Why should we vote for Barack Obama? Why should we give him another chance?” I asked. “When the Latino community look at their choices for next year’s presidential election, and compare their choices side by side, they’ll see that there’s [...]