DeVos say school vouchers part of tax overhaul discussions

Aug 11, 2017

Education Secretary Betsy DeVos says the possibility of a federal tax credit school voucher program is "certainly part of our discussion" around a broader tax overhaul

Frat adviser faces hearing in Penn State pledge death case

Aug 11, 2017

A judge wants an adviser to a Penn State fraternity whose members are charged in a pledge's death to explain why he hasn't responded to efforts to get him to testify

University aims to educate 50,000 refugees worldwide by 2022

Aug 11, 2017

A New Hampshire university has set an ambitious goal of enrolling 50,000 refugees from around the world in its accredited degree programs by 2022

Resistance leaders play long game, dismiss impeachment talk

Aug 11, 2017

The anti-Trump resistance movement leaders say they have little interest in clamoring for the president's impeachment over his campaign's ties to Russia

More video shows Penn State pledge stumbling before death

Aug 11, 2017

Additional video from a Penn State fraternity shows a pledge stumbling and unsteady about 3 hours before he was found unconscious in the basement

Photo of purported Walmart gun display roils social media

Aug 10, 2017

Walmart is investigating a photo that purports to show a sign reading "Own The School Year Like A Hero" displayed atop a gun-filled case in one of its stores

War college holds conference about women, peace and security

Aug 10, 2017

An annual conference is being held at the U.S. Naval War College to discuss empowering women in conflict prevention and peace

91-year-old Thai woman earns bachelor's degree

Aug 10, 2017

A 91-year old woman in Thailand has earned a college degree after spending more than 10 years studying for it

The Latest: Hearing resumes in Penn State fraternity death

Aug 10, 2017

A hearing has resumed for members of a Penn State fraternity accused of crimes related to the February death of a sophomore engineering student after a pledge acceptance event

AP Interview: DeVos says she didn't decry racism enough

Aug 9, 2017

Education Secretary Betsy DeVos says she should have decried racism "much more forcefully" when talking about historically black colleges and universities earlier this year