“When we met some weeks ago, he felt the need to get medical supervision,” Jackson Sr. said. “He was very weakened and we got that. He's now under medical supervision. He is regaining his strength and that part will be left to him and the doctors to describe at the appropriate time.”
We’re halfway through 2012, which means it’s that time of year when economists and investors like to take stock of the overall health of the economy.We may be three years out of an economic recession, but the U.S. economy continues to struggle.
A sobering economic snapshot intensified the presidential campaign on Friday as President Barack Obama rolled through two vote-rich battleground states and Republican Mitt Romney fended off conservative complaints about his plan for winning.
Thursday on the Afternoon Shift, host Steve Edwards will talk with experts about our continuing literacy problem. We’ll discuss why it happens and who’s trying to fix it.Our panel will include Betsy Rubin, an Adult & Family Literacy Specialist at Literacy Works in Chicago.
Since the market collapsed in 2008, plenty retirement-planning Baby Boomers have reconsidered their plans. And many recent retirees have been forced back to work. The old social contract is eroding, and the implications are scary.