Mentor Program Aims To Support Black Men In Medical School
Students created the club to help each other succeed through medical school.
Schools in Portland, Oregon, reach tentative deal with teachers union
The agreement would end a strike that has run since Nov. 1. Students returned to classes Monday in anticipation of the deal's approval.
Student arrest, expulsion data meant to highlight disparities
The Department of Education's Office for Civil Rights released a report meant to highlight racial and disability disparities in schools.
Kansas school allegedly forced a Native American child to cut his hair
The ACLU is demanding the school change their dress code policy, claiming it violates religious freedom as it was applied to the young student.
41 workers trapped in India tunnel for 17 days are on verge of rescue
Rescuers plan to pull the workers out through a passageway created with welded pipes that were pushed through dirt and rocks.
How to find the best charities for Giving Tuesday
Americans are expected to contribute billions to charities today. Some websites can help determine which ones are worthy of donations.
These are the celebs and politicians named in New York sex abuse suits
Before it expired, New York's Adult Survivors Act led to thousands of sexual assault lawsuits against high-profile figures.