The US Army missed its target by 25% during the past fiscal year. Other branches of the military are also seeing a drop in recruiting.
Chinese students make up a third of international students in the US. Under new Trump administration rules, they will not be allowed to enter or remain in the US if their colleges and universities are online-only this fall. "America risks losing its competitive advantage," says Frank Wu, president of Queens College in New York.
With the spotlight now on institutional racism, the city council of Arlington, Texas, took a historic stand by bucking a state law and refusing to expand a gas well complex close to a preschool for Black and Latino children.
Nantucket summers are usually packed with tourists and foreign seasonal workers who help out during the high season. But this year, J-1 visa suspensions means no seasonal workers — and Nantucket businesses are struggling to get by.
Nearly 90% of colleges expect international enrollment to decrease next semester due to the pandemic.
Mira Jacob's new book, "Good Talk: A Memoir in Conversation," explores the themes of interracial marriages, racism, and raising a brown child.
Green Garden Bakery offers delicious, plant-based treats, entrepreneurial skills and community support to an underserved neighborhood — all while the staff attends high school.
The Baltimore-based Black Church Food Security Network is building a community-centered food system to combat "food apartheid" by connecting black farmers with historically African American churches.
As 2018 midterm near, other top jobs remain vacant or filled with ‘acting’ officials.
These days, the online debates about gun control come with a steroid boost from Twitter bots seeking to divide Americans even further. Host Marco Werman speaks with Erin Griffith, a senior writer at Wired, who wrote about the surge in bot traffic.
When she accused her coaches and father of verbal and physical abuse, nobody listened.