Colleges Nationwide Struggle To Rebound From The Pandemic
Some historic colleges are closing their doors after suffering financial blows from the pandemic.
House panel questions college presidents over antisemitic incidents
More than 3 out of 4 Jewish American college students said they have seen or witnessed antisemitism this school year.
What's the debate over making school buses cleaner?
25 million U.S. students use diesel-powered school buses daily, prompting debates on cleaner alternatives.
Las Vegas teacher uses TikTok to spread holiday cheer to students
Every year, a high school runs a program called "Wishmas." It's an idea that uses social media to find a way to make wishes come true.
Frequent flyer programs are changing, frustrating many customers
Frontier, Delta, American, Southwest and other airlines have quietly changed their mileage programs.
Biden: 'If Trump wasn't running, I'm not sure I'd be running'
The president warned Tuesday that Trump and his allies are "determined to destroy American democracy."
US senators get in shouting match over funding for Israel, Ukraine
Republican senators vowed to oppose an additional aid package unless it includes major changes to U.S. border policy.