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As the presidential race heats up, vice-presidential expert Joel Goldstein discusses how the role of the nation's No. 2 has changed over the decades.
The Missouri legislature wants to limit 'improper communications' between students and teachers, but its first 'Facebook law' was blocked by the courts. Now, it's trying a toned-down version.
A Missouri public schoolteacher is seeking to stop a state law limiting teachers’ contact with students on social networks, calling it unconstitutional and a violation of protected free speech rights.
Southwest Airlines fuselage failure wasn't expected to happen so soon, Boeing says. Of 80 planes ordered for inspection in US by FAA, all but two belong to Southwest Airlines.
The administration might want to move on from the issue, but there's pressure from progressive groups and congressional Democrats for further investigation.
As vice president, Biden is yin to Obama’s yang. But he’s definitely no Cheney.
Earthquake experts say the collapsed schools may be a sign of poor construction despite adequate building codes.