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Occupy: A Movement That Didn't Satisfy

New America Media, Blog, Andrew Lam, Sep 19, 2012


Obama Mobilizes Countries for Nuclear Security

Balitang America, News Report, Ging Reyes, North America News Bureau Chief - The Filipino Channel, Apr 15, 2010

The Filipino Channel, one of the ethnic news media covering the Nuclear Summit in Washington D.C. reports that Pres. Obama wants countries that do not have nuclear weapons, like the Philippines, to help secure all nuclear materials from theft or diversion in 4 years.

Getting to No You

New America Media, Blog, Rene Ciria-Cruz, Feb 05, 2010

Still wondering why the Republican Party has become the party of no?

Texas Threading Regulations Raise Eyebrows

India West, News Report, Sunita Sohrabji, Dec 19, 2009

Eyebrow threading, which originated in India, is catching on in the United States. The state of Texas, however, wants threaders to carry a cosmetology license.

Over 2,200 Vets Died for Lack of Health Insurance in 2008

New America Media, News Report , Viji Sundaram , Nov 10, 2009

Lack of health insurance claimed the lives of more than 2,266 veterans under the age of 65 last year, says a Harvard Medical School study out today. That's more than 14 times the number of deaths (155) suffered by U.S. troops in Afghanistan in 2008, and twice as many as have died since the war began in 2003.

SCHOOL MATTERS: How African-American Males Can Succeed in School

New America Media, News Report, Cynthia E. Griffin, Nov 08, 2009

If qualifying indicators in academia are taken into the equation, which currently they are not, African American males may no longer find themselves at the bottom of the class, indicates a new study.

Soldiers Often 'Racialize' to Cope

New America Media, Interview, Aaron Glantz, Nov 07, 2009

The psychiatrist who allegedly went on a shooting spree at Fort Hood, the largest U.S. military base, likely heard so many racist terms from soldiers in describing the enemy that he could have been bottling up a lot of anger inside him, says Iraq war vet Dave Hassan.

Flu Vaccine

Six Things You Should Know About H1N1 (Swine) Flu

New America Media, News Report, Ngoc Nguyen and Viji Sundaram, Nov 06, 2009

Already, nationwide, there are 26,000 hospitalizations and almost 3,000 deaths from the flu this year.

JAMA Study: H1N1 Hits Hard at All Ages

New America Media, News Report, Paul Kleyman and Viji Sundaram, Nov 05, 2009

The swine flu is not just a threat to the young, as previously thought. A new study out indicates that H1N1 affects all age groups, including people over 65.

Native Americans Hopeful about Claiming Rightful Place

Reznetnews.org, News Feature, Victor Merina, Nov 04, 2009

As they gather for the Tribal Nations Conference at the White House tomorrow, Native Americans are optimistic that a new day is dawning for them under the l Obama administration. He has invited more than 500 federally recognized tribes to the event.

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