ROCKFORD, Ill. - When Charlie Worboys lost his job, he feared searching for a new one at his age might be tough. Six years later, at 65, he's still looking.
What further evidence does the Obama administration need to move forward to abandon its reckless policy of governing by crisis management?
CHICAGO - There was a time when Tom Sadowski thought he'd stop working after turning 65 earlier this year. But he's put off retirement for at least five years - and now expects to do some work afterward.
In a world filled with billions of people, finding a connection with someone should be easy. But often it's not, and that is the basis for Kumrades Won't, said playwright Christina Watkins.
ATHENS, Ga. - Elementary and middle school teachers give higher grades to girls than boys - but that may be more about differences in behavior than differences in what they know, according to new research by University of Georgia economists.
While lower-wage American workers have accounted for the lion's share of the jobs created since the 2007-2009 Great Recession, a new survey shows that they are also among the most pessimistic about their future career prospects, their job security and their finances.
March 28 marked the 29th anniversary of Dr. Mays' death.
Americans increasingly feel they could find a new job if necessary, according to the results of the 2012 General Social Survey. And fear of being laid off dropped last year from its 2010 peak to roughly its average for the 35 years the question has been asked.
In the 2010-11 school year, three Richmond County high schools - Lucy C. Laney, T.W. Josey and Glenn Hills - began reform using a three-year federal School Improvement Grant.
Prized prospect Jabari Parker, of Chicago's Simeon Career Academy, one of the most highly touted recruits in years, is headed to Duke.