Courtney Vinopal is a general assignment reporter at the PBS NewsHour.
Agents for Change
A 1994 report was a wake-up call that hospitals needed to rethink their environmental footprint, especially since health care is “the one sector of our economy that has healing as its mission.”…
Agents for Change
While methods and motivations can vary greatly, businesses that go this route share a common tenet: Working for social betterment is probably a good investment -- financial or otherwise.
For many, it all comes down to cost.
Here’s a look at some of the major changes to energy and environmental policy under Zinke’s leadership at the Interior Department, and what's happening with the investigations surrounding his tenure.
Creative fields are often held up as careers that are least threatened by the advancement of artificial intelligence. But computers and robots have already proven they can contribute to and change the arts, especially in commercial ways.
We turned to some the people that we trust most -- doctors, nurses, teachers, military officers and pharmacists, according to Gallup’s annual poll -- for advice on how to diffuse heated conversations and stay civil when tensions are running high.
More and more farmers are taking to #AgTwitter to discuss mental health. While the research isn’t extensive, studies have shown that most rural parts of the country lack access to mental health treatment.
The Trump administration’s announcement that it plans to limit the number of refugees admitted to the U.S. next year to just 30,000 raises questions about America’s role in global refugee resettlement and what the change means for those fleeing violence…
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