People involved in a massive college admissions scandal appear to have taken advantage of accommodations, such as extra time on tests, given to students with medically documented disabilities.
By Ryan J. Foley, Associated Press
AP record requests for police video were met with a series of denials and failed to unearth video of a single incident that had not already been released publicly.
By Associated Press
Bridenstine told lawmakers in his opening remarks that he is confident the U.S. will be able to continue being a leader in space.
By Matthew Perrone, Associated Press
Under proposed guidelines, e-cigarette makers would be required to restrict sales of most flavored products to stores that verify the age of customers or include a separate, age-restricted area.
Gov. Gavin Newsom called the death penalty "a failure" that has discriminated against people who are mentally ill, poor or minorities.
U.S. aviation experts have convened at the crash site of Ethiopian Airlines Flight 302 amid growing global concern about the safety of Boeing’s 737 MAX 8 jet. Although dozens of countries have grounded the planes, the FAA says they're safe.
Much of President Trump’s rhetoric over immigration focuses on the people crossing the U.S.-Mexico border illegally. But what is the situation for the thousands who wait on a daily basis to enter through legal means? In the second installment of…
Scandal has ensnared some of the nation’s top colleges, as prosecutors allege that wealthy parents conspired to help their kids cheat on college admissions tests and funnel bribes to college athletic coaches to secure admission into elite schools. William Brangham…
In the NewsHour’s Facebook Watch show, “That Moment When,” the founder of an organization dedicated to preventing senseless killing talks about the importance of building community. With Mothers/Men Against Senseless Killing (MASK), Chicago’s Tamar Manasseh goes to “where bad things…
By Jennifer Peltz, Associated Press
Languishing evidence in over 100,000 sexual assault cases around the country has been sent for DNA testing with money from a New York prosecutor and federal authorities, spurring over 1,000 arrests and hundreds of convictions in three years, officials say.
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