World Toilet Day may seem like the opening line to a joke, but for young girls like Joyita Das in Kolkata, India, it is a reminder of a serious issue that used to affect her education.
The season’s festivities are starting on November 18th! I’m talking about National Family Volunteer Day, which is held the Saturday before Thanksgiving to kick off the holiday season with giving and service.
When you listen to Stephen Moss explain his daughter’s journey to seek treatment after being injured in the line of duty, you gain a clearer picture of the struggles many veterans in the United States face when they return home.
Cherokee can quickly list what she wants for her 2-year-old daughter, Arorah. She wants her to grow up in a stable home, feel financially secure and go to college. This is important to Cherokee because growing up, she didn’t experience those things.
Today, the House of Representative introduced legislation aimed at reforming the U.S. Tax Code. The highly anticipated proposal was created to simplify taxes and grow the economy. Sadly, it falls short of providing relief to low and middle income working families and donors. Here are some ways tax reform could fix that:
Right now, 11 states are preparing to notify parents whose children are covered under a federal children’s health insurance program that they may lose coverage without immediate action from Congress.