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USA Today – Educators are at the ends of their ropes. So suggests a fall 2020 survey by RAND Corp., which found that a quarter of...

USA TODAY/the governor of Illinois signed a law Friday requiring public schools to teach a unit of Asian American history – a move education experts...

USA TODAY/On the heels of America’s 76th birthday, Frederick Douglass, a renowned orator, abolitionist and former slave, criticized the United States for celebrating its political freedom...

USA Today – More than a year after George Floyd took his last breath, the ex-cop who murdered him will face a Minnesota judge and receive...

ABC NEWS – President Joe Biden signed a bill Thursday making Juneteenth a federal holiday commemorating the end of slavery in the United States — just in time...

USA TODAY/The Biden administration said Friday it will divert $2.2 billion previously allocated for former President Donald Trump’s border wall to military projects. The Department of...

USA TODAY/Facebook suspended former President Donald Trump for two years but ending just in time for him to possibly regain his powerful social media megaphone in the 2024 election cycle. After that...

USA TODAY – A Northern California rail yard worker who gunned down nine other employees before taking his own life appeared to target his victims and fired more...

USA TODAY – The COVID-19 Hate Crimes Act, which passed with overwhelming bipartisan support in Congress, expedites the Justice Department’s review of hate crimes and designates...

USA TODAY/A doubling of COVID-19 cases in the last two weeks suggests the United States has entered a fourth wave of the pandemic. No one knows what...

USA Today – The Department of Education canceled an additional $55.6 million in student loan debt for 1,800 students who were victims of a for-profit...

USA TODAY/Hannah Gebresilassie felt the weight of history when she boarded earlier this week a bus full of voting rights activists traveling from Georgia to Virginia. Sixty...

USA TODAY/After a series of landmark victories at the Supreme Court in recent years, LGBTQ advocates were dealt a blow this week when the justices sided with...

USA TODAY – The Supreme Court turned back another major challenge to the Affordable Care Act on Thursday, allowing the 2010 law to stand despite objections...

USA TODAY – The first new Alzheimer’s drug in nearly two decades will be shipped to health providers in the next two weeks, and it couldn’t...

USA TODAY/Bill Cosby will not be released from prison anytime soon. The 83-year-old actor, who is currently serving three to 10 years in Pennsylvania state prison after being convicted of sexual assault...

USA TODAY/President Joe Biden committed Friday to “engage diplomatically” with North Korea to pursue the denuclearization of the Korean peninsula, appointing longtime diplomat Sung Kim as special envoy...