Colorado's budget healthy, but concerns loom
Family Economic Security
Over the course of an intense, sometimes testy hour, officials from Metropolitan State College of Denver met on Wednesday with members of the state legislature's Joint Budget Committee to discuss its controversial new tuition rate for illegal immigrant students.
Though no one outside the Supreme Court has an inkling how it is going to rule on President Obama's health-care law, the political fallout - at least initially - is easy to predict.
Jobs and the Economy
Tens of millions of people worldwide will be condemned to long-term joblessness unless global leaders make significant changes to address unemployment and worker training, according to a new study. Between 90 and 95 million low-skill workers -- or 2.6 percent of the global workforce -- will not be needed by employers by 2020 and will be vulnerable to permanent joblessness, according to a report released Thursday by the McKinsey Global Institute.