– Data Covid-19 USA – One argument in the abortion case before the Supreme Court is that balancing work and family is now less of a challenge, but research shows becoming a mother still has […]
The package includes $400 billion to bolster support for children and families, $555 billion for climate change programs and $166 billion in housing aid.
The vote was months in the making for the roughly $2 trillion measure, one of the most consequential bills in decades. Now it faces a difficult path in the Senate.
Progressives appeared ready to support the bill in exchange for a commitment from moderates to eventually back a separate $1.85 trillion social safety net bill that was put on hold on Friday.
The shock of the pandemic threw care taking arrangements into disarray. Many families find themselves back in the same precarious arrangement they had before, with the burden still on mothers.
In failing to secure a benefit with bipartisan appeal, President Biden joins a long line of frustrated politicians. But some Republicans say it could be resurrected on its own.
Paid family leave was dropped. Public pre-K and subsidized child care remain, and could substantially lower the cost of raising children.
We asked 18 academics what they would choose if they could pick only one, as Senator Manchin has reportedly advised.
President Biden’s social policy legislation aims to address a problem that weighs on many families — and the teachers and child care centers serving them.
How the conservative Democrat should be negotiating with his party.
- Alltagsrassismus in Ostdeutschland Anfeindungen auf offener Straße, abwertende Blicke: Rassismus scheint in Ostdeutschland ein noch größeres Problem zu sein, als im Westen.