NEW YORK ― Before Susan Fowler, then 25, took down the CEO of with a ’s toxic, sexist culture, she’d already overcome some daunting obstacles. The daughter of an evangelical preacher, she grew up dirt poor in rural Arizona, Fowler writes in a new memoir, “Whistleblower.” She and her six siblings were homeschooled until their mother was forced to go […]
Why We Wrote This Most of life on Earth goes unseen. It’s too small, out of view, or simply overlooked by humans. So scientists like Jennifer Macalady work to bring it to light. This story is part of “Beyond the Microscope,” an occasional series on the people and stories driving discovery.
WASHINGTON, D.C., Feb. 20, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — The (DCHFA) completes its third transaction of February by financing the construction of 1100 Eastern Avenue Apartments, 63 affordable apartments in Ward 7. DCHFA issued $13.9 million in tax exempt bonds and underwrote $9.8 million in low income housing tax credit (LIHTC) equity. “The Deanwood neighborhood is seeing a great deal of […]
Just a few short years ago, it seemed like people couldn‘t give their Sixers tickets away fast enough. Now, however, the Sixers are in the midst of a 120-game home sellout streak and have one of the longest waiting lists for season tickets in the NBA, with more than 16,000 fans trying to get their hands on them. That tends […]
President Donald Trump campaigned on promises to put business ahead of environmental interests. Last year, the federal government completed cleanups at six Superfund sites, the fewest since 1986.