Supreme Court To Take Case On Race Consideration In College Admissions
The Supreme Court will take up lawsuits that claim Harvard and the University of North Carolina discriminate against Asian American applicants.
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.
Biden will start emailing 813K borrowers about forgiven student debt
The Biden-Harris administration has granted forgiveness for over $127 billion in student loan debt, benefiting almost 3.6 million borrowers.
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.
Is the Voting Rights Act at risk?
A federal appeals court is challenging Section 2 of the Voting Rights Act in a battle that's likely to make its way to the Supreme Court.
How airlines prepared for holiday season after last year's meltdown
The first holiday of the winter travel season came and went with minimal effects compared to last year.
The humanitarian crisis in Gaza deepens as fighting expands
Doctors are working in hospitals lacking water, electricity, and essential supplies, all while the cold winter weather sets in.