Through all the paperwork, tedious steps and boxes to check off the to-do list, I keep thinking, I’ll meet you soon, Paris.
Has anyone in this family ever even SEEN a chicken?
Only 29 percent of Americans want us to attack Syria. Now, on the plus side, that means 29 percent of Americans know that there is a place called ‘Syria.’
Let’s get down to business - to defeat the Huns…
"Poverty in the United States doesn’t look like it did just a few decades ago. In many metro areas, it touches more people today than in 1980. The demographics have changed too, with new and expanding communities of the Hispanic poor in cities like Phoenix and Las Vegas. And the geography has shifted – as we’ve previously written, following the work of Brookings Institution researchers Alan Berube and Elizabeth Kneebone, poverty now stretches well into the suburbs.”
Emily Badger takes a look at a new mapping tool from the Urban Institute that compares poverty in America’s metro regions from 1980 to 2010.
[Above map: Houston, 1980 (left) and 2010 (right) via Urban Institute]