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  • Starbucks teams with city to address community problems

    Starbucks teams with city to address community problems
    Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake wants to meet over coffee at Starbucks to talk about youth employment, and she's inviting Baltimore residents, business people and community leaders to stop in.
  • Chicago part of U.S. citizenship push for legal immigrants

    Chicago part of U.S. citizenship push for legal immigrants
    Chicago will join New York and Los Angeles in a corporate-funded push to try to get more legal immigrants to become U.S. citizens. The Cities for Citizenship initiative is getting a $1.1 million contribution from Citigroup to help pay for the three...

    Baltimore's deserved heroin reputation [Commentary]

    Baltimore's deserved heroin reputation [Commentary]
    "The Heroin Capital of America" — what an unpleasant way to describe Baltimore. But stay seated, I'll get back to that in a second. I want to talk about something else first, "COAP" which stands for Children of Addicted Parents. For some, it's a...

    City wants tighter rules on crude oil trains

    City wants tighter rules on crude oil trains
    Warning that the frequent railroad trains loaded with crude oil passing through the Chicago area are a “serious risk to public safety,” the City Council is calling for tighter restrictions on the shipments than federal officials proposed in...

    Economic recovery marked by lower-paying jobs, analysis finds

    Economic recovery marked by lower-paying jobs, analysis finds
    The U.S. economy this year recovered all of the jobs lost during the recession, but the new jobs pay an average of 23% less than the ones lost in the downturn, according to a new analysis. Job losses in the higher-paying manufacturing and construction...