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State Superintendent Race Hit With New Wave of Billionaire Bucks

Learning CurvesBy Bill Raden

In final weeks of race, pro-charter forces fill the coffers. DeVos fails to kill student debt relief rule. The kids are alright with socialism.

Video: Rising Rents Force a Choice Between Eating or Shelter

Featured VideoBy Marco Amador

According to the U.S. Department of Agriculture, 15 million American households experienced food insecurity at some point in 2017.

Critics Say New Capitol Parks Rules Would Curb Free Speech

Politics & GovernmentBy Robin Urevich

Co-published by Newsweek
A plan proposed by the National Park Service would nearly seal off the area surrounding the White House, with only a five-foot-wide stretch of sidewalk remaining open to the public.

Richard Blum, a $100 Million UC Investment, Feinstein Campaign Donations: Business As Usual at UC?

Politics & GovernmentBy Matthew Cunningham-Cook and David Sirota

Co-published by Splinter
In the fall of 2017, UC regents shifted $100 million worth of university endowment and pension resources into a fund founded by a business associate of Sen. Dianne Feinstein’s husband, regent Richard Blum.

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