Politics | Beto O’Rourke Was Once Adrift in New York City. Now He’s Searching Again. Sections Skip to content Skip to site index The Long Run As the former Texas congressman weighs a run for president, his rebel-in-moderation youth offers revealing parallels to his search for direction now. A young Beto O’Rourke. In New York, he felt unfulfilled by jobs as a nanny on the Upper West Side, at his uncle’s tech business, moving fine art, and in publishing. Credit Credit via Katherine Raymond Supported by ByMatt Flegenheimer Feb. 6, 2019 All at once, New York City seemed to be conspiring against Beto O’Rourke. His girlfriend was moving to France. His punk bandmates had scattered. Twenty-three and searching — with an Ivy League degree that could not pay rent — Mr. O’Rourke subsisted as a live-in nanny on the Upper West Side, with a futon in the maid’s quarters, watching … [Read more...] about Beto O’Rourke Was Once Adrift in New York City. Now He’s Searching Again.
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Nicky Forster, Ap Data Journalist Updated 7:18 am PST, Tuesday, December 18, 2018 This Thursday, Nov. 29, 2018 photo shows Delbarton, W.Va.The state eclipses most others in the percentage of people affected by diabetes, heart disease and obesity. It has had the nation's highest rate of drug overdose deaths for years running. It also has the highest obesity rate and the highest rates of diabetes and high blood pressure. Adding to those woes is the highest suicide rate among states east of the Mississippi River. less This Thursday, Nov. 29, 2018 photo shows Delbarton, W.Va.The state eclipses most others in the percentage of people affected by diabetes, heart disease and obesity. It has had the nation's highest rate of drug ... more Photo: Tyler Evert, AP Photo: Tyler Evert, AP Image 1 of / 1 … [Read more...] about AP analysis: Unemployment, income affect life expectancy
Even your lifespan can be local. Researchers have long said that health disparities are heavily influenced by where you live. New data from the National Center for Health Statistics show just how much your neighborhood can impact the length of your life. In recent years, the U.S. has seen overall life expectancy decrease, from 78.7 years in 2015 to 78.6 years in 2017. Experts have pointed to opioid addiction and an increase in suicides as the main reasons. Behind that national average are American neighborhoods where recently born residents can expect to live much longer, or much shorter, lives. Top News: 'Yellow Vest' Protests Continue for 5th Weekend Veronique de Viguerie/Getty Images The Associated Press analyzed life expectancy and demographic data for 65,662 census tracts, which are geographic areas that encompass roughly 4,000 residents. The AP found that certain demographic qualities — high rates of unemployment, low household income, a concentration of black or … [Read more...] about Unemployment, Income Affect Life Expectancy, Data Show
This morning’s key headlines from GenerationalDynamics.com Dozens of reported measles cases in Israel, New York, and New Jersey as disease spreads New global surge in measles cases blamed on ‘anti-vax’ movement Dozens of reported measles cases in Israel, New York, and New Jersey as disease spreads Jewish worshippers at a Friday evening service in a temple near Jerusalem were exposed to a patient suffering from measles. Israel’s government has directed those attending the service to see a doctor immediately and receive the necessary vaccinations. An outbreak of measles has been spreading in Israel since October, and it has being blamed on the failure of thousands of parents to vaccinate their children, particularly among the ultra-Orthodox communities in Jerusalem. On average, about half of the population in these communities are not immunized. Israel’s Health Ministry is considering new legislation that would penalize parents of children who are not … [Read more...] about World View: Measles Outbreaks in New York, Israel Blamed on ‘Anti-Vax’ Movement
By The Washington Post | PUBLISHED: November 12, 2018 at 8:32 pm | UPDATED: November 13, 2018 at 9:33 am By Jonathan O’Connell, Robert McCartney and Patricia Sullivan Amazon will open major new outposts in northern Virginia’s Crystal City and in New York City, splitting its much-sought investment of up to 50,000 jobs between the two East Coast sites, according to people close to the decision-making process. An announcement could come early as Tuesday, according to the people, who spoke on the condition of anonymity because they had signed nondisclosure agreements with the company. An Amazon spokesman declined to comment. The company has said it would make a decision on the high-profile project, which it calls HQ2, this year. The choice of Crystal City in Arlington County as one of the winners could cement northern Virginia’s reputation as a magnet for business and potentially reshape the Washington, D.C., region into an East Coast outpost of Silicon Valley over … [Read more...] about Amazon picks new HQ: Split between Virginia suburb and New York