Across the country, donors big and small are opening their wallets to help keep afloat programs that protect people in need as the government shutdown persists. A pair of Texas philanthropists pledged up to $10 million to help Head Start programs for poor children hurt by the shutdown. A university in New Hampshire decided to offer scholarships to active-duty military personnel whose tuition assistance has been switched off by the shutdown. And in Arkansas, people have been donating to Our House.
Jim Barry with the Consumer Electronics Association gives us a preview of the annual International Consumer Electronic Show in Las Vegas. Mark on Money Jeff Gilbert, WWJ Detroit’s auto reporter, gives us a preview of […]
“Sacrifice to see the ones you love, that’s what we do,” said John Mahoney, who was driving to visit his mother and sister in St. Louis.
Minnesota had the highest – more than 61 percent – while Alaska, California, Illinois, Missouri and Vermont all topped 50 percent.
MO Senate backs early presidential primary