The labor federation is struggling with eroding membership.

Denisha Merriweather attended private school with a tax-credit scholarship — a form of voucher.

“When somebody walks out of the door of a prison and they’re 75 years old, what are they going to do?"

The passengers were returning from a cheerleading competition when their plane crashed in a Riverside, Calif., neighborhood.

What would it take to begin to depolarize? Start with an open mind.

Mark Zartler says cannabis is the only thing that has helped his daughter, who has cerebral palsy and severe autism that causes her to self-harm.

Mark Zartler says cannabis is the only thing that has helped his daughter, who has cerebral palsy and severe autism that causes her to self-harm.

He's not the first celebrity — or even the first rapper — to get involved in some fashion in education.

The big-box chain is creating express lanes in its pharmacy and money services areas.

President Trump on Tuesday will instruct the Environmental Protection Agency and Army Corps of Engineers to “review and reconsider” a 2015 rule known as the Waters of the United States rule, a move that could ultimately make it easier for agricultural and development interests to drain wetlands and small streams.

Juliet Evancho is one of numerous students pressing their schools on transgender rights policies.

GOP lawmaker Devin Nunes says there is no need for a special prosecutor.

The billionaire investor was confirmed in a 72-to-27 vote.

Washington-area colleges among top-ranked for schools sending grads abroad.

Republicans have long argued that Medicare and Social Security must be overhauled.

The federal government will no longer argue that the state’s voting law is intentionally discriminatory.

Guadalupe Garcia de Rayos checked in with immigration officials as she had done for years. This time, they sent her to Mexico because of an old felony conviction.

The Post’s Robert Costa explains why President Trump’s campaign pledge to “protect” entitlement programs may expose a rift between the White House and congressional Republicans.

The high court questioned the reach of such a rule in a North Carolina case.

President Trump met with leaders of historically black colleges and universities at the White House on Monday.

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