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Innovating Change

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North America’s Energy Bonanza

Clearing the Path

By creating software to streamline part of the immigration process, one company hopes to do well by doing good.

USA>  U.S. begins multiple-entry visa program for Cubans - The United States announced a new policy Wednesday for Cuban visitors to the United States that will make non-immigrant visas valid for five years instead of the current six months, and good for multiple entries. Jul-31-2013 11:15PM
USA>  Majority of Americans favor restricting abortion at 20 weeks - By a margin of 56 to 27 percent, more Americans say they’d prefer to impose limits on abortions after the first 20 weeks of pregnancy rather than the 24-week mark established under current law, according to a new Washington Post-ABC News poll. Jul-26-2013 12:39AM
USA>  Metro workers get 11.4 percent pay raise - Metro’s board of directors approved a new four-year contract Thursday that includes an 11.4 percent pay increase over several years. Jul-26-2013 12:27AM
USA>  Department of Defense Furloughs ready to begin Monday - Furloughs for Department of Defense civilians begin Monday, a measure that amounts to a 20 percent cut in pay for hundreds of thousands of defense workers. Jul-08-2013 03:11PM
USA>  Guantánamo prison adapts force feeding to Ramadan fast - The medical staff at Guantánamo will only feed hunger strikers after sunset and before dawn, during the Ramadan fast month a prison spokesman said Tuesday. Jul-03-2013 11:47AM
USA>  Former Tiffany exec accused of stealing more than $1.3 in Jewlery - Ingrid Lederhaas-Okun a former executive with Tiffany & Co. stole a little blue box bounty from the jeweler’s midtown Manhattan headquarters and resold it for more than $1.3 million, federal authorities said Tuesday. Jul-02-2013 05:42PM

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In this issue

On the World’s Stage

This year’s World Cup is stirring up nationalistic fan pride—and some controversy

Affordable Flight

Latin America, the Next Growth Market for Low-cost Air Carriers

Of Dreamers and Marchers

Modern day students fighting for immigration reform have more in common with Civil Rights era activists than meets the eye

Caballo Conundrum

If the idea of eating horse is culturally reprehensible to so many in Mexico, why is the country the second-leading horsemeat producer in the world?

Innovating Change

10 working to save the planet

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