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Oct 12 2015
Here’s What Obama Told ’60 Minutes’ About Hillary Clinton’s Email Scandal
Hillary Rodham Clinton’s use of a private email server to conduct government business when she served as secretary of state was a mistake but didn’t endanger national security, President Barack Obama said during an interview airing Sunday on CBS’s “60 Minutes.”
Obama said public officials have to be more sensitive about how they handle information and personal data. Yet he also said theThe Blaze
Jun 18 2019
Trump Officially Launches 2020 Campaign - Here's What the Polls Show and Why He's Rejecting Them
President Donald Trump officially jumps into the 2020 presidential race today with an event in Orlando, Florida. But if recent polling holds true, he has a lot of ground to make up. Former Vice President Joe Biden not only leads the Democratic field, but he holds a 10-point advantage over the president.
"I believe we can win Texas and Florida if you look at the polling data now," BidenCBN
Aug 19 2016
Gaining Coverage Through Medicaid or Private Insurance Increased Prescription Use and Lowered Out-of-Pocket Spending
A growing body of literature describes how the Affordable Care Act (ACA) has expanded health insurance coverage. What is less well known is how these coverage gains have affected populations that are at risk for high health spending. To investigate this issue, we used prescription transaction data for a panel of 6.7 million prescription drug users to compare changes in coverage, prescriptionRAND Corporation
Jun 11 2014
The Economic Importance of Women’s Rising Hours of Work
Over the past three decades, there has been a steady rise in the share of women, especially mothers, in the workforce. As indicated by the data, the majority of women and mothers work, and many work full time and full year. This dramatic increase in women’s working hours has had a substantial impact both on household earnings and the economy more generally. Our analysis finds that:Center For American Progress
May 13 2015
Mormons have more babies than any other faith, survey reveals
When it comes to keeping the earth populated, members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints are making more babies than members of any other faith.
That’s according to new data out of the Pew Research Center, which revealed the average Mormon will have 3.4 children in his or her lifetime. Protestants, Catholics and Jews fell in the middle of the pack, each averaging aroundKSL
May 13 2015
Utah is the sweet-tooth capital of USA, especially for Twizzlers
Utahns love its candy and Hershey Co. has taken notice. Put down your Twizzlers Salt Lake City and listen, because you have already won. From the Berlin Candy Bomber to a graduate of University of Utah and Brigham Young University, Utah is putting it's hands on the chocolate.
New data shows Utah is the sweet-tooth capital of America, according to Hershey Co. researchers.KUTV
Jun 10 2014
Colorado Dispensaries Sell Over $20 Million In Recreational Marijuana In April
According to the latest state tax collection data released Monday, Colorado had another banner month in legal, recreational marijuana sales.
In April, dispensaries across the state sold about $22 million in retail marijuana, according to The Associated Press. April's totals were likely bolstered by the 4/20 marijuana celebration that drew large croHuffPost
Apr 26 2019
Story of the Week: Joe Biden Enters 2020 Presidential RaceJoe Biden announced that he will seek the 2020 Democratic presidential nomination, emerging as a potential frontrunner in a crowded field of hopefuls. Some praised the former vice president as the best option to beat President Trump, while others criticized his record and his behavior toward women. Check out some other big stories this week: Easter Sunday Bombing Leaves Hundreds Dead, AllSides Staff
May 04 2016
India’s Answer to Global Warming: Cows That Belch Less
Let no one say that India isn’t doing its bit to fight global climate change: Government scientists are working hard to reduce carbon emissions by making cows less flatulent.
Consider the numbers: India is home to more than 280 million cows, and 200 million more ruminant animals like sheep, goats, yaks and buffalo. According to an analysis of satellite data from the country’s spaceNew York Times (News)
Jun 13 2013
Sparks Fly Between MSNBC's Joe Scarborough and Chris Matthews Over 'Big Monster' Gov't
MSNBCs Joe Scarborough clashed with fellow network hosts Chris Matthews and Mika Brzezinski on Wednesday over government surveillance and critics who once derided President George W. Bush -- but who now remain silent or supportive when it comes President Barack Obama's enhanced data collection.The Blaze