The school is looking into whether federal and state laws were followed.

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The two half-brothers were exonerated exactly a year ago.

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Quadruplets from Maryland go off to college -- all at once, all to the same school.

The Alexandria firm looks to take advantage of ‘stability’ to position itself for future growth.

Alaskans pay dramatically high energy costs -- and the president is moving to help fix that.

The FBI said it has opened a civil rights investigation to the shooting, which was captured on two different videos.

Alek Skarlatos the U.S. Army specialist that recently received France’s highest award, the Legion of Honor, will be taking part in the reality TV show alongside a slew of entertainers.

The best book ever written about two-year colleges shows that doctoral pride often cripples learning.

In a large study in Japan, researchers found that people who spend more on carbonated drinks had a higher incidence of heart attacks outside the hospital.

A new report finds dramatic growth in the energy storage market -- and projects more to come.

The data, which has not been released publicly and was obtained by the Washington Post, contrasts with a years-long decline in child abuse and neglect among civilian families nationwide.

Snohomish County authorities released hundreds of pages of investigative documents that detail 15-year-old freshman Jaylen Fryberg's last days.

On day 17 without food, the Chicago protesters vow to keep fighting for a publicly operated high school.

A chunk of ice twice as tall as the Washington Monument and more than a mile long was captured falling off of a Greenland glacier.

A consortium of strange bedfellows is working on it.

"I can't wait to meet her to tell her how important she is," Michael Maroney said of his upcoming reunion with LeShay Brown.

The school, with headquarters at Fort Benning, Ga., has been a centerpiece of the military's ongoing research to integrate women into more jobs in combat units.

The emails not only foreshadow Slaughter's blockbuster article, "Why Women Still Can't Have It All." They also offer a reminder of the influence a leader's behavior has over her employees.

The manhunt prompted school closures as authorities searched for three suspects.

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