Spelling Bee Champion Looks To The Future
The Louisiana student is the first African American winner of the Scripps National Spelling Bee competition.
Student loan borrowers face budget strains as repayments kick back in
The Department of Education estimates 43 million people in the U.S. owe a collective $1.6 trillion in federal student loan debt.
New York schools told not to use facial recognition technology
The state Education Department banned the technology following a report that facial recognition risks violating students' privacy and civil rights.
Thousands more school districts could soon provide free school meals
Nearly 3,000 school districts will soon be eligible to join a USDA program that provides free meals to students regardless of income.
What's driving long wait times at the doctor's office?
Breaking down factors behind wait times and exploring alternatives patients are looking into in order to be seen.
Tributes pour in on former President Jimmy Carter's 99th birthday
Carter is celebrating his birthday seven months after entering hospice care. He is the oldest-living former president in U.S. history.
Gaetz says he will seek to oust McCarthy as speaker this week
Matt Gaetz, a Republican congressman in Florida, has been a longtime nemesis of House Speaker Kevin McCarthy.