Well, starting this August the postman only rings five times a week. The struggling U.S. Postal Servive has announced it is cutting Saturday mail delivery. It's a move that has been anticipated for some time as the agency has sunk deeper into financial instability.
Every year, anticipation builds around Signing Day as the financial stakes around college football get higher. We talk to a top California college prospect and Adam Kramer of the Bleacher Report about the spectacle of it all.
While it has a lot invested in the immigration debate, Mexico has remained mostly silent. LA Times reporter Richard Fausset explains that it's politically advantageous for government leaders in Mexico to stay under the radar.
Imagine you're at the grocery store. The organic bananas are so much more expensive, and you wonder if you should really spend the extra dough. Or maybe you're getting ready to have a baby, and can't sleep at night because you're unsure if you should head to the hospital or try for a homebirth.
Both the Senate and President Obama's proposals for immigration reform are clear on one thing: For the estimated 11-million undocumented workers living in the U.S., the pathway to citizenship begins in the "back of the line," behind everyone who's legally waiting.