State lawmakers infuriated educators when they tied teacher raises to a bill that included provisions for charter schools and private school vouchers.
“If we could get the Klan to go up there and clean out D.C., we’d all been better off," Goodloe Sutton told the Montgomery Advertiser, explaining, “We’ll get the hemp ropes out, loop them over a tall limb and hang all of them.”
Inmates in New Port Richey, Fla., broke into a car to rescue a 1-year-old who was accidentally locked inside.
A SeaWorld ride in San Diego malfunctioned in heavy winds, stranding 16 above Mission Bay for hours.
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An unusual report in the medical journal JAMA says they knew the drug was being prescribed to ineligible people but did little.
The 45-year-old passed away at a hospital in McAllen, Tex., after twice asking for medical attention and being cleared for travel the first time.
California’s changing demographics are increasingly raising the question: Who should represent whom? Analysts see the challenge facing the desert community as the future.
School officials said the student was punished for being disruptive, not for refusing to recite the pledge.
Such medications are seen as lifestyle-related rather than medically necessary. Experts and patients don’t agree.
Next week’s mayoral election is seen as critical for a city where “there’s no place we can call safe.”
Can a robot pick a strawberry better, faster, and cheaper than a seasonal farmworker?
The recent L.A. teachers’ strike highlighted the existential fight over the future of education.
Authorities say Gary Martin, 45, killed five people and wounded five police officers in Aurora, Ill.
If it weren’t for an overheard conversation in a New York jail, we might all be drinking British tea today.
Critics deride deployment as political theater by President Trump; supporters say guardsmen are a “godsend” for overburdened Border Patrol.
In a controversial 1990s court case in Virginia, she lost custody of her son because of a same-sex relationship.
Three teachers — from the United States, Canada and the Netherlands — link his comment to other similar sentiments manifesting around the world.
Judge Leonie M. Brinkema said authorities have shown no evidence justifying the termination decision, which the airmen are challenging.
The two women said they were approached by a border agent while standing in line at a convenience store in Montana, then unlawfully detained.
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