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What Occupational Data Show About the Causes of the Gender Wage Gap
The types of jobs that men and women hold, as well as the industries they work in, have a large effect on the gender wage gap.


American Voices: ‘Financial Date Nights’ Can Benefit Couples
In his book The Couple’s Guide To Financial Compatibility, financial advisor Jeff Motske writes that spouses should have date nights to discuss issues like taxes, kids’ tuition, and home improvements to avoid fighting over money.


How the Gender Wage Gap Differs by Occupation
A new CAP analysis shows the jobs with the largest and smallest gender wage gaps.


Statement by the President on the 20th Anniversary of the Oklahoma City Bombing
Twenty years ago today in Oklahoma City, two terrorists attacked their own country, killing 168 people and injuring hundreds more. We will never forget the men and women who lost their lives in the bombing that day. The passing of time will never extinguish the pain we feel. But if those murderers hoped to terrorize the American people that day, to break our spirits or shatter the bonds that unite us, then they completely and utterly failed. We will be forever grateful to the first responders who risked their lives to save others, the law enforcement officers and prosecutors who brought the perpetrators to justice, and the ordinary men and women who set an “Oklahoma standard” for resilience that we still hold today. It is with heavy hearts that Michelle and I send our condolences to the families of those we lost 20 years ago. And it is with great pride that we send our deepest gratitude to all those who have served as an example of America at its best.
WHITE HOUSE VIDEO MESSAGE: The Effect of Climate Change on Our Community
THE WHITE HOUSE Office of the Press Secretary EMBARGOED UNTIL 6:00 AM ET, SATURDAY, April 18, 2015 WHITE HOUSE VIDEO MESSAGE: The Effect of Climate Change on Our Community WASHINGTON, DC — In this week’s message, Katherine Vargas spoke about the President’s commitment to combatting the threat of climate change and to keeping ourselves and future generations safe.  The effects of climate change can no longer be denied or ignored.  Climate change widens health disparities across the country, threatening low-income communities and minorities who are disproportionately suffering from chronic health conditions, such as respiratory illnesses and cardiovascular disease. It poses risks to our national security, our economy, and our public health.  The President has already taken historic steps to address climate change, but there’s more that the United States and the international community can do.  That’s why next Wednesday, on Earth Day, in


Readout of the President’s Call with King Salman bin Abdulaziz al-Saud of Saudi Arabia
Today, the President spoke with King Salman bin Abdulaziz al-Saud of Saudi Arabia to discuss recent developments in Yemen. The President reaffirmed the strong friendship between the United States and Saudi Arabia and underscored our commitment to Saudi Arabia’s security. The President and King Salman discussed the recent adoption of a resolution on Yemen in the United Nations Security Council and next steps in the effort to resume the political transition in Yemen, including talks facilitated by the United Nations. The President and King Salman agreed that our collective goal is to achieve lasting stability in Yemen through a negotiated political solution facilitated by the United Nations and involving all parties as envisioned in the GCC Initiative. The President and King Salman also discussed the importance of responding to the humanitarian needs of the Yemeni people.


Obeying the law starts at the top: Column
If politicians don't treat the law as worthy of respect, don't expect citizens to either.         


Weekly Address: Climate Change Can No Longer Be Ignored
WASHINGTON, DC — In this week’s address, the President spoke about his commitment to combatting the threat of climate change and to keeping ourselves and future generations safe.  The effects of climate change can no longer be denied or ignored – 2014 was the planet’s warmest year recorded, and 14 of the 15 hottest years on record have happened this century.  Climate change poses risks to our national security, our economy, and our public health.  The President has already taken historic steps to address climate change, but there’s more that the United States and the international community can do.  That’s why next Wednesday, on Earth Day, in the latest part of his effort to call attention to and act on the threat of climate change, the President will visit the Florida Everglades and speak about the threat that climate change poses to our economy and to the world. The audio of the address and video of the address will be available
Lethal Injection Least Effective Drugs Man Took While In Prison
FLORENCE, AZ—Noting that the purity and reliability were significantly lower, sources at Arizona’s Florence State Prison confirmed that the lethal injection compounds given to convicted murderer Joseph Danvers III in the early morning hours Fr...


Hours Flexibility and the Gender Gap in Pay
There is a large hourly wage penalty associated with working fewer hours per week, and although the effect is similar by gender, women are more greatly affected because they are more likely to work fewer than 40 hours per week.


Water wars boil in California drought: Our view
Explore ways to increase the supply of water, not just ways to curb demand.         


Lovestruck Arabian Princess Begs Father To Spare John Kerry’s Life
KINGDOM OF GOLDEN SANDS—Throwing herself in front of her beloved U.S. secretary of state as the royal executioner raised his scimitar, Princess Amirah of Arabia reportedly begged her father the sultan Friday to spare John Kerry’s life.
Don't harm fish to help Big Ag: Opposing view
Environmental protections are not the cause of low water supplies.         


Making Prepaid Cards Safer, More Transparent, and More Affordable
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau’s proposed prepaid card rule adds transparency and security to cards that increasingly resemble bank accounts, but further improvements could be made.


Gender, not sexuality, matters in marriage fight: Column
Bans on gay unions illegal because they discriminate against men & women, not gays.         


Left Fielder Thinking About The Ways A Triple Play Could End With Him
SAN DIEGO—Racking his brain for every conceivable sequence of events that could potentially happen on a baseball field, team sources confirmed that San Diego Padres left fielder Justin Upton spent most of Wednesday night’s game against the Ari...



 
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