Other students are increasingly seeking out alternative options, causing the cost of educating special needs students to fall disproportionately on regular public schools.
Stocks rise on positive Cisco earnings and a housing report that points to future growth. Wal-Mart and Facebook shares fall.
Rain or drought, the thimbleberries arrive.
This is the third attack against coalition forces by Afghans in one week.
NYPD battled Twitter for access to user information. In the aftermath of the Aurora and Sikh temple mass shootings, the New York Police Department isn't taking any chances when it comes to online threats.
For the third month, Mitt Romney's campaign has out-fundraised Obama's. But with three months until election day, the Obama campaign is not changing tack.
His Kindness Not Weakness outreach program challenges diverse audiences to show the kind of 'warrior' strength needed to practice nonviolence.
The Federal Reserve wrapped up a two-day meeting Wednesday in Washington. Reaction on Wall Street was mixed.
Twenty-two years after passage of the landmark Americans with Disabilities Act, there's progress, but employment rates for the disabled remain dismally low. Advocates hope to change that.
Tax cut plan in Congress calls for a one-year extension. But if Republicans, Democrats can't agree, taxes will rise, especially for wealthiest families.