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News Briefing: Is Habitat for Humanity Shedding its Roots?

By Kate Golden on July 18, 20076 Comments
  • As Habitat for Humanity International makes "corporate changes", its 1600 affiliates express concern.  [New York Times]
  • More than 160,000 artifacts have gone missing from Russian museums in the last 80 years, including $5 million worth of exhibits from the Hermitage.  [Reuters]
  • Loan industry watchdogs question nonprofit status of EduCap and the spending of its leader, Catherine B. Reynolds.  [Washington Post]
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