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New report shows growth still needed for global women’s rights

New report shows growth still needed for global women’s rights

WASHINGTON -- At the end of almost every weekday, Sarah Hilmer drives 40 minutes from her Silicon Valley communications job to her home in Belmont, California, for three hours of mommy-and-daughter time. The new mom routinely uses those hours for a family run with...

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New report shows growth still needed for global women’s rights

WASHINGTON -- At the end of almost every weekday, Sarah Hilmer drives 40 minutes from her Silicon Valley communications job to her home in Belmont, California, for three hours of mommy-and-daughter time. The new mom routinely uses those hours for a family run with...

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Ahead of NATO Summit, U.S. Foreign Policy Under Trump ‘Rattles’ Allies

With the North Atlantic Treaty Organization’s annual summit next month quickly approaching, some NATO experts say that President Donald Trump’s recent, precedent-shattering foreign policy decisions could have both short and long-term repercussions, including decreasing the effectiveness of the July 12 Brussels gathering and the unintended bolstering of Russia’s global agenda.

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House Chairman Warns of ‘Biased’ Science in Climate Change Debate

WASHINGTON – A Capitol Hill hearing called to discuss the use of technology to address climate change quickly veered into a long-running debate about how much human activity has contributed to the country’s warming temperature. Chairman Lamar Smith (R-Texas) warned of...

How solar could change the future of the American grid

As the American power grid grapples with aging infrastructure, cybersecurity threats and a reliance on fossil fuels, solar offers homeowners a cheaper and cleaner option, according to supporters of a new California law the requires builders to install solar power systems on all new homes.

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Rural hospitals face financial crisis, experts say

A financial crisis at rural hospitals driven by inadequate government funding is hurting millions of Americans’ access to quality healthcare, experts told the Senate Committee on Finance on Thursday.

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