The low-down on the new tax bill, from the student perspective.
Hoda Kotb officially makes her way up the Today Show totem pole.
Joaquin and Aitana are twins born in different years.
The top 50 fake stories of 2017 identified by BuzzFeed News generated a total of roughly 23.5 million shares
From Harvey Weinstein to Hurricane Harvey.
The company says the move was to actually save battery life, but angry customers are responding with lawsuits.
For ages women have silently suffered. In 2017 it all began to change.
All news is not is created equal. Some tips to help you get better at finding the facts this year.
Emily Doe delivered this statement to Santa Clara County Superior Court Judge Aaron Persky in March 2016.
The one with Yale, Harvard, Penn, Princeton and Cornell.
People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA), have issued a pair of public service announcements (PSAs) this holiday season urging people to stop giving pets...
Doug Jones victory over Roy Moore earlier this month gives the Democratic Party hope for significant change in 2018.
Finals week got me like
John Stansberry falsely obtained credentials to a basketball game and tweeted remarks offensive to Asians.
Are you smarter than a robot?
And guess what, you probably used one.
Invasive or helpful?
Talk about sacrifice!
The one with Brown scholarships, Harvard fundraising and the Little Man.
The one with the Yale professors who got pulled from the barricades and thrown behind bars.
Mikayla Holmgren is a student at Bethel University and she captured hearts at the pageant.
Arts and humanities departments at universities nationwide have been on a steady decline, with lesser funding and a decrease in the number of students pursuing majors...
The one with Harvard, LL Cool J and the DOJ
Dotard Tweets Again
Recent victories in Virginia and across the country have Democrats stirring with anticipation for 2018 midterms.
This young working class truck driver is taking on the Democratic Party establishment in Olympia, Washington.
The Pine Tree State progresses towards more electoral reform.
The fight continues for the LGBTQIA+ community in the classrooms of private education.
The Golden States moves towards affordable access for higher education.
The land of Lincoln is becoming more inclusive in its curriculum.
As the country's birth rate stagnates or declines, so does teen birth rates.
State or Federal funds will be impacted by executive order.