A Federal district judge has ordered the State Department to scrub 15,000 newly surfaced emails of classified or personal material on an accelerated schedule. They'll likely be released just prior to Election Day.
Donors will always push for something, creating controversy – no matter how often Clinton says she won’t give them special treatment.
The board's decision – which reverses a 2004 ruling – opens the way for graduate students at private colleges nationwide to unionize.
Researchers comparing poverty rates in adjacent school districts expected to find the largest disparities in the South, but only one Southern state made the top 10 list.
A letter from a Texas teacher explaining why she won't be assigning homework to her students has gone viral on social media, reflecting a growing pushback against what many parents perceive as excessive homework.
The FBI has uncovered 14,900 additional emails and documents from Hillary Clinton's time as secretary of State.
The last three presidential transitions all had poignant moments of decency. It's time to build anew this foundation of decency, which has kept America united.
Donald Trump, Hillary Clinton, and American voters have repeatedly cried "rigged" during this election. But the accusation that so many state officials could collude to rig an election is not only unthinkable but has dangerous implications.
Following a ruling from the state's high court that prohibited enfranchising felons en masse, Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe has individually restored the voting rights of some 13,000 felons.