Eliminating Poverty News
Survey: Millennials Are Innovative and Itching to Fix Stuff
Millennials dig tech and education, they hate climate change, and they generally think life is pretty sweet. That's according to a new Telefónica- Financial Times Global Millennial Survey of young people around the world. The poll, which tracked the opinions of 12,000 members of Generation Y in
Ryan Raising Cash in Red States
HUNTSVILLE, Ala. –Only 11 days before Election Day, why is Paul Ryan visiting solidly red states like Alabama, South Carolina and Georgia? It’s not for votes, but cash. Despite Thursday’s announcement that the Romney campaign had $169 million cash on hand and there is limited...
John Edwards' Higher Moral Standard
In Appearance at Brown Univ., Edwards Reflects on the Poor and on his Affair
World Bank head: Act now on food prices
The president of the World Bank on Sunday urged immediate action to deal with mounting food prices that have caused hunger and deadly violence in several countries. Robert Zoellick said the international community has "to put our money where our mouth is" and act now to help hungry people. "It is
Clinton Speaks on Edwards and Arkansas
ABC News' Kate Snow and Eloise Harper Report: Senator Hillary Clinton says she’s not seeking Sen. John Edwards' endorsement but she’d be glad to have his supporters. "I have not because I think this up to Senator Edwards," she said...
Give 1 Get 1: One Man's Digital Dream
MIT Professor Develops $100 Laptop to Put a Computer in the Hands of Every Child
Mayor Bloomberg: Why Not Use Cash as Incentive?
As New York Starts Rewarding Low-Income Parents With Cash, Mayor Defends Plan
Paying the Poor to Do the Right Thing?
Getting a library card . . . $50. Going to the dentist . . . $100. Passing a statewide subject exam . . . $600. Taking responsibility and ownership over your life . . . priceless. No, that's not the latest ad from MasterCard. It's the idea behind Mike Bloomberg's new effort to fight poverty. "My
Edwards: 'Make Work Pay' to End Poverty
Presidential Hopeful John Edwards Talks About Poverty, War and the $400 Haircut in "GMA Town Hall"