He says that when he comes back to work, he'll "be early"
The teacher claimed that the quality of his teaching outweighed his tardiness
All the points for Hufflepuff
No injuries were reported, police said
The dating app says its inaugural list shows which schools have "the most desirable student body"
Despite political differences, there are ways to build common ground by drawing on their respective moral concerns
It’s been 15 years since the global effort to ban conflict diamonds began. But the industry is still tainted by conflict and misery Story by Aryn Baker/Tshikapa...
Establishment Republicans aren't the only ones with reason to worry
Tropical storm warnings were issued for Puerto Rico, the U.S. and British Virgin Islands and the Leeward Islands
These public employees often earn more than CEOs of major corporations—on a pay model that values losses as much as wins
"Is it really in there?"
Reforms from start-time to recess
In an interview with TIME, the leading Republican candidate says what's wrong with the Clintons, his opponents' weaknesses and what it takes to be great
Anti-trust case are now the clearest path to reform
Andrew Macias was excited about pre-k, until he realized his mom wouldn't be there
The measure promised to generate more than 11,000 jobs each year.
In September 2010, Mark Zuckerberg, Chris Christie and Cory Booker announced on The Oprah Winfrey Show that the Facebook CEO was giving $100 million to Newark,...
Frustrated with the public schools, middle-class urbanites are embracing an educational movement
The long and expensive process requires more than just passion
A drop-off in bar exam scores is prompting a close examination of the nation's legal industry