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KCSN news update; more funding for school districts with low-income students

Mona Adem

June 12, 2013

  More funding for school districts with low-income students The state legislature agrees on a budget deal that increases funding for school districts with low-income students and English language learners. State Treasure Bill Lockyer ending his career State Treasure Bill Lockyer ...

KCSN news update; lawmakers moving aggressively to combat military sexual assault

Mona Adem

June 11, 2013

  Lawmakers are moving aggressively to combat against military sexual assaults Lawmakers outraged by high profile cases of military sexual assaults are moving aggressively on legislation that may strip commanders of their authority. Growing use of electric equipment at the Port of Los An...

KCSN news update; fifth victim in Santa Monica shooting has died

Mona Adem

June 10, 2013

  Santa Monica shootings A woman critically wounded in the Santa Monica shooting rampage has died, bringing the total of number of victims killed by the gunman to five. Nation’s organ transplant system begin challenged   The nation’s organ transplant system is being challenged t...

KCSN news update; President Obama wants to keep student loan rates low

Mona Adem

June 7, 2013

  President Obama wants to keep student loan rates low President Obama says reforms are needed to address the increase in interest rates on new student loans. Lawsuit against expansion of north airfield at LAX  A lawsuit has been filed to block the expansion of the north airfi...

KCSN news update; most Americans support variety of family arrangements

Mona Adem

June 6, 2013

  Electric vehicles  Major automakers are offering attractive leasing options for Electric Vehicles. The dean for Mike Curb College at CSUN is leaving  The dean of Cal State Northridge’s College of Arts, Media and Communication will be leaving for a new job. Specific program fo...

KCSN news update; the challenges facing consumers with the Affordable Care Act

Mona Adem

June 5, 2013

  New light rail station The Metropolitan Transportation Authority will build a light rail station in Leimert Park. Electrical workers in Pasadena speaks out Electrical workers in Pasadena say the system is aging and understaffed. States aim to repeal mandatory helmet laws S...

KCSN news update; U.S. economy might be improving

Mona Adem

June 4, 2013

U.S. economy might be improving  The economy is being strengthened by consumer spending, job gains, and an improving housing market. Santa Clarita Fire The Powerhouse Fire north of Santa Clarita is now 60 percent contained, after burning 30-thousand acres. The next FBI director...

Extreme poverty is a man-made problem

Extreme poverty is a man-made problem

Mona Adem

May 9, 2013

  Today, you can buy and sell anything you can think of; both literally and figuratively. Technological advances in society have made it possible for the most absurd fantasy to become a reality. However, there is one priceless item that we seem to have lost, but that is never for sale: our ...

Boston Marathon reveals lack of ethical reporting

Mona Adem

April 16, 2013

  Terror. Fear. Panic. Hysteria. Deception. Imprudent behavior. Wrongful information. When any catastrophic event occurs, most people will automatically turn to their most referred to media outlet so they can get informed and updated from the distance. Indeed, this is one of the major prin...

Stagnating wages result in poor economic recovery

Stagnating wages result in poor economic recovery

Mona Adem

April 14, 2013

As the United States continues to crawl away from the Great Recession, positive economic indicators such as the dropping unemployment rate provide the media with a convenient talking point and sound bites. However, the point being missed by the media and pundits at large is the astronomical divide between the s...

Gender equality; a myth that needs to become a reality

Mona Adem

March 20, 2013

  Don’t fool yourself. It’s still a man’s world. Yes, some of you might argue that the issue is tiring, boring and repetitive. But it must be repeated until the words are heard and the goal is achieved. And yes, we have come a long way and that certainly needs to be acknowledged. However,...

College students are losers in the game of student loan debt

College students are losers in the game of student loan debt

Mona Adem

March 17, 2013

  It has been proclaimed that this piece of paper is the pathway to a richer life. The ‘American dream’ can be realized; securing a well paying job, buying a house and accumulating savings. But this is far from the truth. In fact, this piece of paper, a college degree, is increasi...

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