CU athletic director Mike Bohn will receive $918K following resignation
Police report on Newtown, Conn., shooting might not be done until September
Blackboard introduces plan that allows students to report bullying to schools via text message
A crane has arrived at American University-owned property to set up the heavy equipment needed to excavate contaminated soil and any laboratory debris left from a World War I chemical agent and munitions test site.
Rutgers president has governor's support after allegations about incoming athletic director
Correction: Fiery California Crash story
24 Virginia elementary schools seek waivers from 3rd-grade science, social studies testing
20 babies born closest to 5:29 p.m. Wednesday to win Virginia 529 college savings accounts
China's biggest graduating class enter what looks to be tightest job market as growth slows
Virginia Wesleyan receives $5M challenge donation from Goode family for new arts building
On Saturday, June 1, a new Maryland law takes effect allowing County Executive Rushern Baker of Prince George's County to appoint a new superintendent of schools for the troubled school system.
Kelly says Rees, Hendrix, Zaire will be given chance to win Notre Dame starting QB job
NJ Gov. Christie: 'Absolute confidence' in Rutgers president amid sports scandal with Hermann
Harvard dean involved in email searches to resign as dean, remain at Harvard
Bill signed by Mass. Gov. allows slain MIT officer to be named posthumously to department
'They changed America,' former judge says of those who challenged Miss. segregation in 1963
'It definitely changes everything': Spelling Bee begins with 1st-ever vocabulary test
Court records show Oregon teen wrote detailed plans of plot to bomb his high school
The mother of Amber Stanley, who was shot and killed in her own bed last fall, accepted her high school diploma during the Charles H. Flowers High School graduation Tuesday.
SE Texas school district appeals ruling allowing cheerleaders to display Bible-themed banners