Andrew Yang Fast Facts

(CNN)Here is a look at the life of Andrew Yang, entrepreneur and 2020 Democratic presidential candidate. Father: Kei-Hsiung Yang, researcher at IBM and GE Mother: Nancy L. Yang, systems administrator Marriage: Evelyn (Lu) Yang (2011-present) Children: Two sons Education: B.A. in Economics, Brown University, 1996; J.D. Columbia University School of Law, 1999 Religion: Protestant Other…

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Twitter Stans This Photo Of Melania Trump & Justin Trudeau

Alex Wong/Getty Images News/Getty Images & Peter Summers/Getty Images News/Getty Images These Tweets About Melania Trump Loving Justin Trudeau Are Everyone’s New Ship By Shelby Black 16 hours ago Look, let’s face facts, on top of being a notable political leader, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is easy on the eyes. Well, judging by these…

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When Swimming As a Muslim Woman Becomes A Political Act

Photos by Kholood Eid LONG BRANCH, N.J. –– Manar Hussein stood in the sand and faced the blue Atlantic Ocean, as the water hit her toes over and over in waves. The 27-year-old Muslim woman had not been to the beach in years, despite living in a state with over 40 beaches. Ever since she…

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America has failed our female veterans. Here’s how we can fix it

Transitioning from military to civilian life can be daunting for those who have served in uniform. But military women, especially, face unique obstacles during this transition. These disparities are unacceptable and threaten the future foundation of our nation’s military. LGBT workers should be protected. Let’s hope the Supreme Court agrees 4 signs a company is…

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Kamala Harris says she will restore net neutrality if elected

Sen. Kamala Harris (D-Calif.) will reverse the disastrous decision by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) to repeal net neutrality if elected president in the 2020 election, her campaign told the Daily Dot on Tuesday. The California senator, who has been supportive of efforts to restore net neutrality, will appoint a chair of the FCC who…

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Student side-hustles to help pay for university

Image copyright Getty Images Image caption Bar work has always been a popular part-time job for students Some students have moved into more extreme ways of making money, through adult work. This can range from dating older men for money, to selling intimate photos or used underwear via social media. About 4% of those asked…

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‘Theres a lot of weirdness in a slum’: making a living in Kenya’s anarchic mud city

Despite the poverty, lawlessness and pollution of life in Kibera, creativity still thrives thanks to a mix of determination, guts and luck. The Guardian spoke to people who have all three Living in a slum is the reality for 1 billion people and rising across the world. More than half of Africas city dwellers live…

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2020 Democratic Candidates Make Promises For Day 1

Here’s what HuffPost found out about the first day plans of the 11 leading candidates (defined as those polling at 1% or more in Real Clear Politics’ polling aggregate). All of them have qualified for the second presidential debate this week: During his first day in office, Biden would be focused on tax reform and…

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Kamala Harris Proposes Plan To Invest $60 Billion In Historically Black Colleges

Kamala Harris (D-Calif.) rolled out two policy plans Friday morning aimed at closing the wealth gap for black Americans. historically black colleges and universities and $12 billion in black-owned businesses and entrepreneurship. She said she would also invest $2.5 billion in programs that train black teachers ― an addition to her The presidential hopeful, a graduate…

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How the state runs business in China

The long read: Much of modern Chinas epic growth was driven by private enterprise but under Xi Jinping, the Communist party has returned to being the ultimate authority in business as well as politics When China, the party is the ultimate authority. In the early optimistic glow of Xis ascension to the leadership, a number…

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