African-Americans who have post-traumatic stress disorder in a low-income neighborhood on the South Side of Chicago, according to a recent study. All the participants reported experiencing or witnessing violent crime.
THE CHICAGO TRIBUNE | MARCH 27, 2017
States that allow charter schools, which receive public funding but are exempt from most regulations. Kentucky most recently joined the list this week.
WKU | MARCH 24, 2017
Americans who would lose health insurance if the Affordable Care Act is simply repealed, which is 1 million less than if the Republicans' replacement bill becomes law, according to the Congressional Budget Office.
THE NEW YORK TIMES | MARCH 23, 2017
Cities or counties on the White House's first-ever published list of places that aren't cooperating with federal requests to detain undocumented immigrants.
THE USA TODAY | MARCH 22, 2017
Time that a babysitter in Dallas spent on hold when she called 911 because the 6-month-old, who later died, needed medical help. The city and T-Mobile have since been working to fix the technical issues.
TRIBUNE NEWS SERVICE | MARCH 21, 2017
Annual cost of a federal grant program, which the president's budget proposes eliminating, that reimburses localities for jailing immigrants. Trump has already promised to defund "sanctuary cities," but his attempt to also revoke funding from places that comply with his immigration policies is a shock to law enforcement.
USA TODAY | MARCH 20, 2017
Portion of the 50 largest counties and cities that disclose no basic information online about the tax incentives they offer businesses.
GOVERNING | MARCH 17, 2017
Maximum time that teachers in New Mexico can currently take off without losing points in their evaluations. But this will soon change because the legislature just overrode a veto from Gov. Susana Martinez -- for the first time ever -- of a bill that lets educators take all their contractual free time without penalty.
THE ALBUQUERQUE JOURNAL | MARCH 16, 2017