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The FINANCIAL -- Sixty-four percent of Americans believe blacks have the same chance as whites in their local community to get a job for which they are qualified, but the percentage holding that view has declined in recent years and is the lowest since ...

The FINANCIAL -- A large majority of Americans continue to say euthanasia should be legal, a reversal from the 1940s and 1950s when most thought the practice should be illegal. Sixty-nine percent say ...

The FINANCIAL -- Amidst a sea of cooking shows, culinary empires, and celebrity chefs, there’s no shortage of ways to get a cooking fix without even turning on the stove. But just how often are ...

The FINANCIAL -- Despite the fact more Americans live below the poverty line in the suburbs than in the city, a survey released on July 14 by Kellogg Company reveals most Americans are unaware of the ...

The FINANCIAL -- WHO and partners on July 12 launch 7 interlinked strategies to reduce violence against children. The approaches have all been tested and all have shown concrete results. By bringing ...

The FINANCIAL -- Just before the July 5 and July 6 fatal shootings of black men during routine law enforcement encounters in Louisiana and Minnesota, blacks in the U.S. were evenly divided over the ...

The FINANCIAL -- Pew Research Center has been tracking data on religious restrictions in nearly 200 countries and territories since 2007, producing a series of annual reports that analyze ...

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