Most American families rely on their public-school system to provide their children’s education. And those schools fight a constant battle to balance their budgets and meet mandated educational outcomes, all impacted by an unsettled political environment.
Since the violent rally in Charlottesville on August 12, 2017, images of those who participated in the march have been shared and spread by activists and ordinary citizens alike. Captions read, “Is this racist your neighbor?” and “Does this Nazi work for you?”
Katie Fallow, senior attorney at the Knight Institute, told CNN Tech, “While [our letter] relates to our most prominent Twitter user, the principles we seek to vindicate apply to all public officials and public entities that use social media to conduct government business and allow the public to participate.”
Until the middle of the last century, sexual practices that veered from the conventional heterosexual model were largely illegal in the United States. Lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender rights have come a long way since then, thanks to seven of these landmark cases. The status of the eighth—and the fact that six of the eight […]
Motor vehicle accidents remain the leading cause of death for 16- to 19-year-olds in the United States, with an average of 226 auto-related teen deaths occurring every month. The summer months are particularly deadly, with Memorial Day marking the start of the “100 deadliest days for teens on the road,” according to the American Automobile […]
Parents are typically thrilled when their child earns a full ride to an expensive college. But the “ride” is often for tuition only, and families sometimes find themselves unprepared to pay for everything else.
Even a physician or a food safety expert would find it difficult to testify that a given food was the culprit. The food would have to have been tested at the time it was ingested.
The Consumer Product and Safety Commission’s Pool Safely campaign recommends installing a fence that is at least 48 inches high and has a self-closing, self-latching, child-resistant gate.
When former Newcastle United soccer player Danny Guthrie got married, the steady flow of alcohol turned the classy event into a raucous free-for-all. Guests were throwing lobster thermidor at each other, and one of them punched the bride herself right in the face.
“Millennials who think that we should limit free speech to prevent ‘offensive speech’ haven’t given the matter much thought,” says Wells Lyons, founder of Resistance Enterprises. “Well-behaved people rarely make history.”