President Paul Kagame's international image has morphed in recent months from model, pro-business African leader to iron-fisted strongman. But his tight control on dissent is nothing new.
Recent domestic terror suspects had converted to Islam while in prison. Experts are divided on the extent of the threat.
Liberal and conservative groups bridge some differences in new collaborative efforts to fight the problem.
A diverse area in Amsterdam weighs assigning students based in part on race, class, and parents' education level.
No Child Left Behind has created a demand for school administrators who can take the pressure, and some 20 percent of school districts are now seeking superintendents because of a shortage.