Despite the many ties between the U.S. and Venezuela, the political crisis and influx of Venezuelans has gotten surprisingly little attention in Washington.
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Charter schools are not a cure-all. In general, their highly variable performance tends to mirror, and in some instance lags, that of public schools.
DALLAS -- Anatolia Garcia doesn't like the electronic bracelet shackled around her ankle, but she prefers it to the prospect of being deported and for...
The blueprint for 'recovery,' refined in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina, is a well-worn design that revolves around tourism, cheap labor and the exploitation of natural resources.
I encourage Haitians to claim their identity as the posterity of the first black republic, not as descendants of the poorest country in the Western Hemisphere. It is not political strength, hurricanes, or earthquakes that define us.
In responding to the tragedy in Haiti, President Obama wasted no time in initiating one of the largest humanitarian mobilizations in U.S. history.
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