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High-poverty school districts are struggling to fill more open positions than higher-income districts, but those areas have had staffing shortages for at least a decade.
A once under-the-radar governmental role with significant control over elections is getting a lot more attention this year.
The cost-of-living adjustment for Social Security payments in 2023 is the largest in nearly 40 years, and could help people struggling with spiraling inflation.
Over one-third of Americans working for pay changed jobs in the past two years, according to a new PBS NewsHour/NPR/Marist poll, and more than 60 percent received raises over the last year.
Among U.S. adults, 45 percent say their finances haven’t really changed, and another 18 percent said their situation actually improved compared to last year. But 37 percent said they have taken a hit.
Queen Elizabeth II died Sept. 8 after 70 years on the throne. Here’s what we know about the days and weeks to come.
After King Charles III, who's next in line for the throne?…
What eight borrowers of federal student loans told the PBS NewsHour about student loan debt relief.
A new report released by Texas A&M University details the consequences of extreme heat in Texas prisons, where a lack of air conditioning poses dangerous conditions for those incarcerated.
A statue of Amelia Earhart, the first woman to fly solo across the Atlantic Ocean, was unveiled in the Capitol's Statuary Hall Wednesday morning.
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