An internal probe found that more than three dozen current and former State Department officials violated government email rules while using former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s unsecured, private email server – all of whom could receive disciplinary action for nearly 100 acts of indiscretion.
Even though most would acknowledge that children’s TV has subjected youth to inappropriate content for some time, a recent report reveals that in just the past decade, major jumps in violence and profanity have reached kids’ eyes and ears via broadcasts.
An education policy analyst with The Heritage Foundation says another state's proposal for tuition-free college is riddled with problems, not the least of which is the burden it would place on the state's taxpayers.
When a member of a pro-life student group asked a librarian at a Catholic college to remove Planned Parenthood as a resource on the library's website, the librarian refused, stating he supports a student's right to an abortion.
A Christian educator has a challenge to the Christian college presidents, administrators, and faculty who recently gathered in Newberg, Oregon for the Council of Christian Colleges and Universities' third annual Diversity Conference.
Supporters of single-payer healthcare continue their efforts to promote the system in the U.S. but a critic says a sad and preventable case in Canada puts another dent in the argument for government-run healthcare.
The U.S. Supreme Court has decided not to review the case of a high school student in Maryland who, despite threats of receiving a failing grade, refused to deny her faith by making a written profession of the Muslim conversion prayer.