124 results for "Renee Schoof"
Few people use the Export-Import Bank or even know what it is, but suddenly a government agency which helps promotes American businesses that want to sell products overseas has landed in the center of an unusual political tussle.
North Carolina’s spending – past, present and future – is taking a central role in the campaign for the state’s U.S. Senate seat.
Republicans and Democrats in Congress say they got something done: A bill with overwhelming support in the House and Senate, which will streamline and improve workforce training, on Friday was on its way to the president's desk for his sign...
Sen. Kay Hagan’s campaign took in $3.6 million in the second quarter of this year, a large haul for a three-month period but not a particularly surprising one in a race that’s expected to be one of the most expensive in the nation.
An in-depth survey of American colleges and universities on sexual violence on campus found that many schools fall short in how they investigate and resolve such claims, Sen. Claire McCaskill, who commissioned the survey, said Wednesday.
Survey of U.S. colleges and universities finds many problems in how they handle claims of sexual violenceWednesday, July 9, 2014 at 10:24 AM
Many colleges and universities are failing to comply with the law and follow best practices for how to handle student sexual assaults, according to the results released Wednesday from an in-depth national survey commissioned by Sen. Claire McCas...
When a group of California school districts teamed up with law enforcement agencies and others to share information about child sex trafficking, it took only days before they were helping the first victim of the crime.
The Obama administration said Monday it will require states to show how they will make sure that all children _ particularly those who are poor or minorities _ have high-quality teachers.
Danielle R. Holley-Walker, the new dean of the Howard University School of Law in the nation’s capital, says the school will build on its heritage of fighting for civil rights by broadening its pioneering work in social reforms.
The Supreme Court ruling this week that certain business owners don’t have to provide their employees with no-cost access to contraceptives under federal law doesn’t affect North Carolina’s state law on contraceptives.