A survey shows that business activity in the 19-country eurozone has picked up in February from a deep slump, particularly in Germany's big industrial sector
USC to Offer Free Tuition to Students From Families Who Make Under $80,000 The University of Southern California announced it will soon phase in free tuition for select students. USC President Carol L. Folt announced that students from families that earn less than $80,000 annually will be eligible for free tuition. Home ownership will not be used to determine a student's financial need. The changes will reportedly be implemented with first-year students in the fall of 2020 and the spring of 2021. Once the policy is in full effect, it is estimated that around 4,000 students will be affected by the change in tuition costs. According to Folt's statement, the move will increase USC's undergraduate aid by more than $30 million annually.
The comedian and “The Price is Right” host threw his star power behind a Change.org petition urging Congressman Adam Schiff to revisit California’s domestic violence laws.
President Trump hasn't actually seen Parasite , but he is still certain that the South Korean movie should not have won the Oscar for best picture . "How bad were the Academy Awards this year, did you see?" he asked a crowd at a campaign rally in Colorado Springs Thursday night. He...
Sen. Elizabeth Warren criticized Sen. Bernie Sanders supporters over their online behavior. She said their harassment and threats could hurt party unity in the general election. Warren said: “I've said many times before, we are all responsible for our supporters and we need to step up.” According to Politico, Mayor Pete Buttigieg jumped in the criticism, attacking Sanders’ campaign. He insinuated that Sanders’ campaign motivates the ugly remarks and behavior from his supporters.
American intelligence officials told House lawmakers last week that Russia already is interfering in the presidential campaign in an effort to see President Trump reelected. Republican and Democratic members of the House Intelligence Committee attended the meeting on what a Democratic official called a briefing on "the integrity of our...
Saturday mornings are great for sleeping in and having a leisurely breakfast with friends, but a fourteen-year-old in Dayton, Ohio prefers to spend his in a different way.
13 Ways to Pamper Your Pet Show your furry friends a little TLC with these 13 ways to spoil your pet. 1. Make Homemade Treats: You can bake them or find high-quality treats at the pet store. 2. Schedule a Spa Day: A good grooming can leave your furry friend looking and feeling amazing. 3. Plan a Luxury Vacation: Instead of leaving them at home, send them to a pet resort when you have to go on a trip. 4. Spring for Doggie Daycare: Daycare is a great way for your pet to play, train and go on walks. 5. Get a Dog Walker: While you’re working, a dog walker can help your pet get exercise and companionship. 6. Schedule Regular Checkups: Keep your pet healthy and happy with annual visits to the vet. 7. Go for Glamour Shots: Spoil your pet with attention through a photoshoot. 8. Build a Backyard Paradise: Your pet will love having a space of their own to roam free. 9. Get a Cozy Bed: Let your pet sleep in style with a bed that makes napping even better. 10. Schedule a Soothing Massage: A massage is the perfect way to help your pet relax. 11. Plan Activities: Try planning an afternoon each week where you do what your pet loves. 12. Give Lots of Praise and Petting: Show your pets you care and praise them for good behavior. 13. Make Time for One-on-One Play Time: There is no better way to pamper your pet than with the attention they love and crave.
An assistant economics professor at Iowa's Simpson College canceled her classes for what she called a "personal issue." Three days later, she was arrested for the alleged murder of her husband, the Des Moines Register reports. Gowun Park emailed students Sunday to cancel the upcoming week of classes and postpone...
California is expected to pass a resolution formally apologizing for putting Japanese Americans in prison camps during World War II. It was the largest single forced relocation in US history, with more than 100,000 Japanese Americans incarcerated around the country. Lawmakers and survivors say the apology is an important reminder for the nation not to repeat its past mistakes. Internment of Americans of Japanese descent was enacted by an executive order President Roosevelt.