Although trade groups appear to be largely supportive of a solution to the immigration issue, some groups are concerned that President Obama's executive action may have poisoned the Congressional well.
The trade group is offering member companies access to a healthcare exchange, with the goal of assisting them in reining in the cost of providing benefits.
The Association of American Universities announced it will sponsor a new climate survey on campus sexual assault next year. But a group of university researchers says that, as planned, the survey is not transparent enough to prove fruitful.
How nonprofits can keep a place at the table, even as the media world constantly changes. Also: Even when things get tough, there's no need to break a sweat.
You may hear the word “editing” and think it only applies to communications and writing. But the truth is that every good conference could use a little streamlining and clean up.
The International Windship Association hopes to make a fresh pitch to the commercial shipping industry, asserting that wind-powered ships are a viable option to push things forward.
Traditional print marketing meets new school media at a conference for continuing education. Plus: An association celebrates a century of radiology.
A first-of-its-kind document from the Association of American Medical Colleges lays out 30 core competencies that will be rolled into physician training. The goal: a culture change in how healthcare is provided to the LGBT community.
Two high-profile journalism organizations are working together to offer a free academy designed to teach women the skills needed to be leaders in digital media.
Heroes have a great story worth latching onto, but if you force them to live up to the mantle, you might be waiting a while for them to show up. Also: Get ready to start talking about 2016.