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Giving people $1,000 in 'emergency cash' could prevent homelessness

giving people $1,000 in 'emergency cash' could prevent homelessness
For people on the brink of losing it all, cash can be a lifesaver. That's according to a study published in the August 2016 issue of Science, which found giving the near-homeless roughly $1,000 in..
Business Insider

UN: Child Marriage Soars in Yemen as Famine Looms

Child marriage has soared in Yemen as families struggle to feed their children amid a conflict that has left the country on the brink of famine, the U.N. children's agency said Monday. More than..
VOA News

Videos for poverty

News video: How Spain found the gems in the junk pile

How Spain found the gems in the junk pile 01:46

How did one woman get 7 million products to give away to Spaniards in need? She saw an awesome opportunity when she realized just how much companies throw away.
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News video: Organizations host first Women's Day of Service in Denver

Organizations host first Women's Day of Service in Denver 01:50

Denver7 reporter Amanda del Castillo tells us agencies involved deal with domestic violence, poverty, sexual abuse and teen parents.
Source: 7News - The Denver Channel -

News video: Study: Most Smokers Have Low Socioeconomic Status

Study: Most Smokers Have Low Socioeconomic Status 00:44

More than 36 million U.S. adults smoke cigarettes — and nearly three-fourths of them have "one or more low-socioeconomic disadvantages."
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News video: Video: Mayor Pugh vetoes City Council's minimum wage bill

Video: Mayor Pugh vetoes City Council's minimum wage bill 01:49

Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh announced she has vetoed the City Council's bill to raise the minimum wage in the city to $15 an hour by 2022. The City Council voted 11-3 Monday evening in favor of the..
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News video: Barry Manilow Lending Voice To Good Cause

Barry Manilow Lending Voice To Good Cause 00:52

Iconic singer Barry Manilow is singing for a good cause ! The Wrap reports that Manilow will be performing at a concert series in New York City that raises money for human rights organizations. The..
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Maud Lewis painting found in southern Ontario thrift shop bin to be auctioned

*By The Canadian Press* A painting by Nova Scotia folk artist Maud Lewis has turned up in a southern Ontario thrift shop. Volunteers at the Mennonite Central Committee Thrift Centre in New..
CJME

Karnataka Congress leader Rajasekharan showers praise on PM Modi, compares him to Indira Gandhi

 Congress leader and former Union Minister MV Rajasekharan has showered praise on Prime Minister Narendra Modi and congratulated him for the BJP's success in the recent Assembly polls. The..
DNA

How A Grandma's Modest Closet Found Its Way Into The Metropolitan Museum Of Art

Sara Berman kept her closet in perfect order ― shoes lined up in an unerring row, crisply ironed white shirts stacked one atop the other, her signature bottle of Chanel 19 perched within easy..
Huffington Post

Robots are Taking Our Jobs, and That is a Good Thing

Via The Daily Bell Robots are going to take all our jobs, and it doesn’t matter. We should actually be thrilled about the prospects of automation, because it means freeing up economic resources,..
Zero Hedge

Bath residents will be among the first in the UK to get the new...

bath residents will be among the first in the uk to get the new...
Bathonians will be able to get their hands on the new £1 when it is launched tomorrow (March 28).The 12-sided coin is being made available at select banks across the UK on launch day.Bath is one of 14..
Bath Chronicle

Poverty shaves two years off your life, study finds

Being poor increases your likelihood of a premature death more than high blood pressure, high alcohol consumption, and even obesity, according to a new study led by researchers at Lausanne University..
redOrbit


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