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Stop Blaming China for America's Woes

China Daily USA, Editorial, Colin Speakman, Apr 02, 2010

The U.S. administration seems to be trying to convince its public of an untruth: that China is the true cause of Americas economic woes and that China possesses weapons of mass economic destruction.


Kidnappings Thrive in India's Prosperity

Siliconeer, News Feature , Priyanka Bhardwaj, Mar 22, 2010

Indias explosive economic growth has led to acute social and economic disparities, with huge wealth and downright penury existing cheek by jowl. One side effect is the rise of a vicious kidnap and ransom industry.


Californians Missing Out on Over $1 Billion in Tax Refunds

New America Media, News Report, Aaron Glantz, Mar 22, 2010

More than 800,000 Californians will miss out on the Earned Income Tax Credit this year. That's $1.2 billion in tax refunds that could help some of those who would need it the most.

On the Road with Evo

New America Now, Audio, Sandip Roy, Mar 09, 2010

Tupac Saavedra discusses Hilary Clinton's recent trip to Latin America. He is the director of On the Road with Evo, a PBS Frontline/World documentary about Bolivian president Evo Morales' election campaign.

Stimulus 102-- One Year and $800 Billion Later

New America Media, Commentary, Stephen Levy, Mar 06, 2010

Last month marked one year since the nearly $800 billion federal stimulus package was passed by Congress. What has the stimulus package accomplished? What should we do now?

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Muslim Teen Fired for Wearing Headscarf, Files Complaint

India West, News Report, Sunita Sohrabji, Mar 05, 2010

A 19-year-old Muslim teen, allegedly fired by retail clothing giant Abercrombie and Fitch for refusing to remove her headscarf at work, filed a complaint Feb. 23 with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission.

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Small Business Owners Struggle to Benefit From U.S. Stimulus

Arab American News/New America Media, Investigation, Khalil AlHajal, Mar 04, 2010

An Arab American News/New America Media investigation finds banks are failing to lend even after loans are approved and backed by the Small Business Administration.

Minn. Stimulus Dollars Bypass Black Businesses

New America Media/Minnesota Spokesman-Recorder, News Report, Charles Hallman, Feb 17, 2010

While Minnesota received almost $600 million in federal stimulus funds for transportation projects, not one project has been awarded to an African-American-owned company, reinforcing existing inequities instead of opening new opportunities, according to community advocates and business leaders.


If Toyota Sneezes, Will Japan Still Get Pneumonia?

New America Media, Commentary, Robert E. Cole, Feb 09, 2010

Toyota's fall from grace is being viewed in Japan with a mixture of denial and consternation. But for the first time government and media are openly critical of the company that has become a symbol of modern Japan.

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California Budget Crisis Cuts Close to the Bone

New America Media, News report, Aaron Glantz, Feb 04, 2010

Unless the federal government coughs up $6.9 billion dollars more for California, Governor Schwarzenneger will completely eliminate a host of social programs, including Healthy Families, the state sponsored health insurance for children; CalWORKS welfare program.

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