Ohio Senate passes bill that would allow teachers to go armed in schools with minimal training
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A high school science teacher asked her students to make her laugh for extra credit on a recent assignment, and her class certainly delivered.
The overturning of Roe v. Wade has fueled calls for the impeachment of Justice Clarence Thomas and other conservatives on the Supreme Court.
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It’s not unusual for governors to veto legislation. But no governor has used his veto pen with the same poise and purpose as Ron DeSantis. That purpose has not only been to occasionally do the right thing, but to show fellow Republicans in the Legislature who’s boss.
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More than 40 seniors are continuing their softball careers in college. Here's where you can find them.
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YouTube/WFAALivid parents and students in Texas have accused their school district of implementing an “asinine” dress code for the upcoming year that bans hoodies, skirts, and dresses.Forney Independent School District held a special board meeting Monday at which members could discuss the new dress code adopted the previous week. The new code bars students above the fourth grade from wearing dresses, skirts, or skorts. All students, no matter their grade, are barred from wearing a long list of i
Here are all the people who sought preemptive pardons from Donald Trump after the Capitol riot, per January 6 committee witnesses
The January 6 House panel has said that at least nine people close to Trump requested preemptive pardons following the Capitol attack.
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Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) on Monday warned that if Republicans win control of the Senate in November, President Biden’s nominees will have a tough time getting confirmed. McConnell says he’ll be “picky” in deciding which of Biden’s nominees are moderate enough to warrant getting votes on the Senate floor. “We’ll be…
Former aide testifies that GOP leader Kevin McCarthy warned White House officials about Trump going to the Capitol on January 6
A former White House aide testified that GOP Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy warned that Trump shouldn't come to the US capitol on January 6.
The pilots said they are frustrated by the pace of contract negotiations.
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The court ruled on Monday that public school officials violated the First Amendment by firing a football coach for leading students in prayer on the field
Senate colleagues had some thoughts about other ways call-faker Ron Johnson could have handled an uncomfortable line of media questioning.
The 55-year-old Chinese man dubbed the “King of gaokao” failed to meet the standardized test score criteria for his dream university after taking the entrance exam for the 26th time. Liang Shi received his gaokao results in Sichuan, southwestern China, on June 23. With a score of 428 points out of 750, he fell short of the 605-point minimum for admission to Sichuan University, one of China’s most prestigious universities.
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The Delaware General Assembly passed legislation Tuesday which would increase the state’s purchasing age for most guns to 21 years old.
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It doesn’t take a huge leap to go from worrying about the fall of Roe v. Wade to wondering what other rights could be on the Supreme Court’s chopping block.
One month after state lawmakers were summoned back to Tallahassee to fix Florida’s broken homeowner’s insurance industry, the crisis continues.
The comedian drops a blunt fact-check on what "pro-life" really means.
San Dieguito superintendent who said Asian students succeed because they’re wealthy Chinese is fired
A superintendent of a high school in California was fired on Sunday, two and a half months after she made controversial comments linking Asian students’ academic performance to the wealth of their immigrant families. The San Dieguito Union High School Board unanimously voted to fire Superintendent Cheryl James-Ward, who made the divisive remarks during a board training session on diversity, equity and inclusion back in April. James-Ward, the district’s first Black superintendent, responded that it is because the students are from rich families originating from China.
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Men need to give DNA samples so the state can deduct child support from their wages. | Opinion
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Nearly 150 laws that Florida legislators passed this year are set to hit the books Friday.
The Colorado Republican has been at the center of several controversies since she began her term in office in January 2021