A new study from the Pew Research Center released Thursday found 37 of mothers say they want to work fulltime, due in large part to the recession and financial insecurity. In addition, workplace priorities are different for men and women, with women valuing flexibility and men valuing salary. NBC’s
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Federal employee Leslie Shah went back to work just after her second child celebrated his first birthday, one of a growing number of American mothers who are choosing full-time work since the economic downturn. Full story
According to a new Pew Research Center poll, only 44% of Americans 18-29 years-old know that Roe v. Wade is about abortion. The Melissa Harris-Perry panelists react.