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The network has made a straight-to-series order for 13 episodes of the show to be broadcast in summer 2015.
The federal Justice and Education Departments warned public school districts recently not to deny enrollment to immigrant students illegally.
Bangladesh is a good example of educating girls as a path to transformation. When it became independent, it invested in educating girls.
People think giving money away is easy. But, Philanthropy courses now being taught at Harvard, Princeton, Yale and Northwestern University suggest otherwise.
igh school juniors and seniors are finding that getting into the Ivies, selective colleges, is harder than it used to be. Here’s why.
Changing the lives and prospects for kids in Harlem – and their families – through public education and social supports is the legacy Geoffrey Canada leaves behind.
In a letter released to The New York Times, attorney Alan Zegas is demanding that the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey reconsider paying the legal costs of his client, former authority manager David Wildstein.
What’s a nine-letter word for a significant event? Try MILESTONE.
New York Times reporter Philip Shenon says the Kennedy assassination probe was mishandled by the Warren Commission.
Are there words understood universally across countries and cultures? Huh?
Learn to make Melissa Clark’s roasted leg of lamb with mint salsa verde from the new cookbook “The Way We Ate” by Noah Fecks and Paul Wagtouicz.
A new book, Ebony and Ivy: Race, Slavery and the Troubled History of America’s Universities, explores a somewhat shameful topic.
Chris discusses the latest efforts in the House of Representatives to defund Obamacare, Baltimore Ravens Quarterback Joe Flacco’s decision to play a game instead of attending the birth of his child and the CEO of Starbucks request that customers not bring guns into their franchises. He also talks to WIP’s Howard Eskin to preview tonight’s Eagles game against Andy Reid and the Chiefs.
While most college scholarship winners credit a teacher or mentor for academic success, Douglas Johnson thanks Glissa, the Traitor, a zombie elf, for his scholarship.
Chris details an editorial written in the New York Times by Vladimir Putin, Councilman Jim Kenney’s request to sever ties with a Russian City, and some unfortunate tributes to 9/11 promoted by corporate America. He also talks to CBS News reporter Sharyl Attkisson about her ongoing coverage of the Benghazi attacks and Fast and Furious.