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By Kimberlee Kruesi, Jonathan Mattise, Associated Press
Colleges are gearing up for a spike of interest in prison education programs. That's because incarcerated people will soon be eligible for Pell Grants. It will be the first time in 28 years prisoners can access that federal funding for…
By Stephanie Sy, Ryan Connelly Holmes, Sarah Clune Hartman
The debate is playing out across the country as the Treasury Department begins reallocating some of the $46.5 billion in rental assistance from places slow to spend to others that are running out of funds.
By Associated Press
The White House is begging Congress for more funds to help with COVID-19 surveillance, testing, and treatments — a call that could be bolstered by emerging signs of an increase in COVID-19 cases in Europe.
By Rachel Cohrs, Andrew Joseph, STAT
The measure would buy additional time for lawmakers to unclog yearly spending bills amid fights over President Donald Trump's border wall and abortion.
By Andrew Taylor, Associated Press
By David Crary, Ricardo Alonso-Zaldivar, Associated Press
The Trump administration's family planning rule is part of a series of efforts to remake government policy on reproductive health.
The Federal Reserve cut a key short-term interest rate for the first time in a decade, lowering the federal funds rate a quarter point. It had raised that rate, which reflects what banks charge each other for loans, in December.
By Eddie Pells, Associated Press
According to the rules of the Justice Department grant awarded last month, it must all be directed toward prevention and education programs, and for auditing national governing bodies' work in sex-abuse prevention.
Atlanta Mayor Kasim Reed, Houston Mayor Annise Parker and Antonio Villaraigosa, mayor of Los Angeles and chair of the Convention, talk to Judy Woodruff and Gwen Ifill about the boom of city migration in the last few decades, how major…
President Barack Obama called for big changes in education earlier this week. John Merrow profiles Secretary of Education Arne Duncan, who will be heading up the president's calls for reform and who may bring new strategies to the education policy…
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