Judge Discontinues U.S. Pres. Joe Biden’s COVID Vaccine Mandate for Federal Contractors Nationwide

Judge Discontinues U.S. Pres. Joe Biden's COVID Vaccine Mandate for Federal Contractors Nationwide

U.S. District Judge R. Stan Baker in Georgia has temporarily suspended U.S. President Joe Biden's COVID vaccine mandate for federal contractors nationwide.
Super Bowl XLIX Advertising Sales Continue to Sell Well Despite Ray Rice & Adrian Peterson Controversies

Sports Business: Despite Domestic Violence Controversies, NFL Super Bowl Ad Sales Still Going Strong

With female viewership for professional football at an all-time high, ad sales for Super Bowl XLIX are selling at a steady pace despite the National Football League (NFL) having dealt with Ray Rice's domestic violence and Adrian Peterson's child abuse case.
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Delaying Motherhood in America: Latina Millenials and Women Nationwide Having First Child at Older Age

According to the latest data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's National Center, first-time mothers are older than they were four decades ago; in 2012, there were more than nine times as many first births to mothers 35 and older than there were in the 1970s. The report also indicated that over the past two decades first birth rates rose for older women of all races and Hispanic origins. The report failed to outline the reasons behind the trend, though it may have a great deal to do with economics.
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Undocumented Millennials Share Their Political and Personal Views in Nationwide Survey

Less than half of undocumented youth living in the United States identify with the Democratic Party, while most of the others claim loyalty to independent parties or nonparty affiliations, according to a new study published earlier this week.

Death of Guatemalan Teen Caesar Cruz & Anti-Latino Hate Crimes

By 2043, the ethno-racial landscape of America will completely change, and whites will dwindle to the minority in the US, which explains a level of discontent from other groups and the present white majority. The country's demographic changes show an evidential growth of Latinos, and that has resulted in the growth of anti-Latino hate crimes.

Latino Studies Have Grown More Popular

Since Latino Studies first became available over 40 years ago, the number Latino Studies programs being offered has risen to around the country is around 440.
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