Joyride on floor cleaner causes damage at Michigan school

Aug 2, 2019

Authorities say three young people broke into a suburban Detroit high school caused more than $1,200 in damage while riding a floor cleaning machine through the hallways

Man sentenced for writing false school shooting letter

Aug 2, 2019

A Brazilian man who sent a letter to immigration authorities warning of an attack on a Massachusetts school in an attempt to frame is ex-wife's boyfriend has been sentencedpot

Syria says it agrees to cease-fire in rebel stronghold

Aug 1, 2019

UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres has authorized an investigation into attacks on health facilities and schools in Syria's last major rebel-held stronghold following a petition from 10 members of the U.N. Security Council, the UN said Thursday

Lawmaker wants donors to pay for UConn's exit from AAC

Aug 1, 2019

The top Republican in the Connecticut Senate wants private donors to pick up the cost of UConn's departure from the American Athletic Conference

Los Angeles restores limits on homeless living in vehicles

Jul 31, 2019

Los Angeles has restored regulations barring people from sleeping at night in vehicles on residential streets or living anytime in vehicles within a block of parks, schools, preschools or daycare facilities

US records nearly 20 mass killings for the year so far

Jul 31, 2019

The U.S. has recorded nearly 20 mass killings so far this year

University researcher sent to prison in shooting of officer

Jul 31, 2019

A 38-year-old former university researcher has been sentenced to prison for trying to shoot a Manhattan police officer

The Latest: Trump weighs in on 2020 Democratic debate

Jul 31, 2019

President Donald Trump weighs in on 2020 Democratic debate, warns of 'economic sinkhole'

School official won't seek new term after anti-Muslim posts

Jul 30, 2019

A New Jersey school board member who has refused to resign or apologize for disparaging two Muslim congresswomen and Islam on social media has decided not to seek re-election

China governor defends controversial re-education centers

Jul 30, 2019

The governor of China's far-northwestern region of Xinjiang is defending controversial re-education centers opened across the region as an effective deterrent against terrorism and religious extremism

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