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The largest of the for-profits, the University of Phoenix, has shrunk dramatically in recent years. Its announced enrollment of 213,800 in March was less than half of the university’s 475,000 students during its peak, in 2010. Photo by Joshua...
U.S. President Barack Obama is seen speaking in the Rose Garden as seen through the columns of the White House colonnade as he reacts after the Supreme Court ruled 6-3 to uphold the nationwide availability of tax subsidies that are crucial to the...
Watch Cardinal Donald Wuerl describe Pope Francis’ upcoming trip to Washington, D.C. In his first trip to the United States in September, Pope Francis will make stops in Washington, D.C., and New York before celebrating the World Meeting of...
JUDY WOODRUFF: Tonight, we return to what has been a longstanding PBS NewsHour tradition: essays on television. We kick off again with author and father Daniel Pink. Tonight, he speaks to families and their child athletes. DANIEL PINK, Author...
A new database from the investigative non-profit news organization, ProPublica, tracks the quality of nursing homes nationwide based on government inspection reports. Photo by Getty Images Not all nursing homes are created equally. One database...
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