GM, Ford, and Chrysler have reinvented themselves in the years since the Great Recession almost spelled the demise of two of the Big Three automakers. Their ‘transformative’ evolution puts them in a position to compete globally.
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Photo: Clockwise from top: Chevrolet Silverado, Dodge Dart dashboard, Ford Mustang, Jeep Wrangler. (AP and PRNewsFoto)
The Faces of Immigration Reform: What a new plan by Congress could mean for 11 million undocumented immigrants, and how amnesty impacted the lives of3 million legalized in the 1986 immigration overhaul.
Photos:(top) Petra Falcon, executive director of Promise Arizona, wipes her forehead as Arizona politicians and protesters react to the US Supreme Court decision regarding SB1070, in June 2012. Ross D. Franklin/AP
(bottom) Undocumented immigrants prepare to enter a bus after being processed at Tucson Sector US Border Patrol Headquarters in August 2012. Ross D. Franklin/AP
Photos:(top)Mercedes Morgan, a senior at Ralph J. Bunche Academy, an Oakland, Calif., alternative school for students with disciplinary records, listens in as the school’s restorative justice coordinator, Eric Butler (r.), talks by phone with her mother. Ann Hermes/The Christian Science Monitor
(bottom) Indicating he’s done answering a question, Oakland High School student Jesse Baldain III passes a ball to the instructor in his manhood-development class. Ann Hermes/The Christian Science Monitor
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