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Nurses need to be listened to, not blamed

By Suzanne Gordon

Stop blaming nurses for the potential spread of Ebola.

U.S. aids countries with poor human-rights records

U.S. aids countries with poor human-rights records
By Frida Berrigan
April 3, 2002

In a speech marking the six-month anniversary of Sept.

Let's see more Hispanic-themed shows on network TV

Let's see more Hispanic-themed shows on network TV
By Ed Morales
April 3, 2002

ABC unveiled a long overdue addition to the network television lineup last week.

Court should uphold affirmative action programs, diversity

Court should uphold affirmative action programs, diversity
By Barbara Arnwine
April 2, 2002

The oral arguments presented to the U.S.

College sports needs more women coaches

College sports needs more women coaches
By Sanhita SinhaRoy
April 1, 2002

The women's basketball finals was a historic event, but more needs to be done for women coaches.

A record 30,000 people attended this year's championship game in San Antonio to watch the University of Connecticut win its third National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) title.

Military occupation strangles the Palestinian people

Military occupation strangles the Palestinian people
By Moustafa Bayoumi
April 1, 2002

There is a dangerous tendency in the United States to view the violence between Israelis and Palestinians as either the product of Palestinian fanaticism or as symmetrical fighting between two warring factions.