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  • Former Labor Secretary Hilda Solis takes Cal Poly Pomona post

    Former Labor Secretary Hilda Solis takes Cal Poly Pomona post
    Former U.S. Secretary of Labor Hilda Solis has taken a position as a scholar in residence at Cal Poly Pomona, officials said Thursday.`
  • Can American students get smart?

    Can American students get smart?
    The latest international test scores of 15-year-olds are in, and the results are appalling. The Program for International Student Assessment, or PISA, found that the United States — the most affluent country in the world — failed to rank in...

    Study: Men more likely to be granted flexible work schedules

    Study: Men more likely to be granted flexible work schedules
    Women are less likely than men in high-status jobs to be given flexible work schedules to pursue career-development opportunities, according to a recent Yale study. The study, published in the July issue of the Journal of Social Issues, found that...

    Trump university fight: Trump blasts 'hack' N.Y. official over lawsuit

    Trump university fight: Trump blasts 'hack' N.Y. official over lawsuit
    In case you're wondering why real estate mogul Donald Trump called New York Atty. Gen. Eric T. Schneiderman a political hack and why he's going on a tirade on Twitter, let's recap, shall we? The drama began unfolding Saturday when Schneiderman sued ...

    Michigan professor yanked after saying GOP 'raped this country'

    A Michigan State University professor has lost his teaching duties after telling his students in a video lecture that Republicans "raped this country," among other derogatory remarks. William Penn -- a professor in the university's creative writing...