Author: Robert Gebeloff

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North Las Vegas helped spark the global financial crisis 10 years ago. The fallout was inescapable: Nearly 1 in 3 homes went into foreclosure. Today,... [Read More]
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The recovery for the middle class in Northern Las Vegas has been an uneven process, and the rate in which housing prices are increasing are... [Read More]
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Prices are soaring in North Las Vegas, which helped spark the global financial crisis a decade ago. But many in the middle class are still... [Read More]
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In an industry where cheap labor is an essential component in providing inexpensive food, a shortage of workers is changing the equation upon which fast-food... [Read More]
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Budget cuts and stagnant wages: why teachers and schools are calling for more pay and funding... [Read More]
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After a quarter century of steady growth on education spending, a shock to the system. [Read More]
The police explanation that more black and Hispanic people are arrested on marijuana charges because complaints are high in their neighborhoods doesn't hold up to... [Read More]
A quarter-century ago, there were 56 teenagers in the labor force for every "limited service" restaurant — that is, the kind where you order at... [Read More]
"Help Wanted" sign is out for teens, traditionally the main fast-food workforce. [Read More]
The restaurant business is booming but franchisees are experiencing a big problem: There aren't enough teenagers to fill fast-food jobs, the New York Times reports. [Read More]
Swing voters, critical to Mr. Trump's win, dislike the president's personality but are mostly satisfied with his policies. For now. [Read More]
Fast food is feeling the labor shortage acutely, especially as one important source of workers has dried up. In 2000, about 45 percent of those... [Read More]
A shortage of workers is changing the equation that many restaurants have long relied on. [Read More]
The ranks of state and local employees have languished even as the populations they serve have grown. And the 19.5 million workers who remain in... [Read More]
Victoria Toline would hunch over, steady her hands and draw a bead of liquid from a vial with a dropper. It was a delicate operation... [Read More]
Victoria Toline would hunch over the kitchen table, steady her hands and draw a bead of liquid from a vial with a small dropper. It... [Read More]
Nearly 25 million adults have been on antidepressants for at least two years, a 60 percent increase since 2010. Read more on Boston.com. [Read More]
Many who try to quit say they cannot because of withdrawal symptoms they were never warned about. [Read More]
Long-term use of the medications is surging in the United States, according to an analysis by The Times. One reason: withdrawal symptoms that make it... [Read More]
Many counties, including rich ones, are aging and experiencing more deaths than births, without growth through immigration or migration. [Read More]
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