Education

Deadly knife attack on schoolgirls startles Japan

May 29, 2019

In a country considered among the safest in the world, a deadly knife attack near Tokyo on a group of schoolgirls has shocked Japanese parents and officials and raised concerns over the safety of children

China deploys Confucius in bid to boost religion controls

May 28, 2019

China has begin five-day Confucian culture immersion courses for religious leaders in the sage's hometown as part of a campaign to extend government control through a process of sinicization

D-Day's 75th anniversary renews interest in some classrooms

May 27, 2019

Its 75th anniversary brings some extra classroom attention to D-Day, which has waned as a topic that's emphasized in schools across the world

Shanahan tells Naval Academy graduates to change status quo

May 24, 2019

Acting Defense Secretary Patrick Shanahan says the new graduates of the U.S. Naval Academy should change the status quo and "set the standard on preventing sexual harassment and assault" among ranks

Texas 8th-grader wins National Geographic contest

May 23, 2019

Nihar Janga, an eighth-grader from Austin, Texas, with an already impressive array of awards, has taken top honors in the 31st annual National Geographic GeoBee, an elite test of geographic knowledge

Bolton: Coast Guard to help reassert US leadership in Arctic

May 22, 2019

U.S. National Security Adviser John Bolton has told 240 new Coast Guard Academy graduates they will help lead the way in "reasserting American leadership in the Arctic"

The Latest: Philadelphia mayor fends off 2 in primary

May 22, 2019

Philadelphia Mayor Jim Kenney is poised to keep his job after fending off two challengers in the city's Democratic primary

Oregon hunts for bodies at ex-asylum seen in 'Cuckoo's Nest'

May 21, 2019

Oregon will use ground-penetrating radar to search for bodies buried on a campus of the former psychiatric hospital where the movie "One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest" was filmed

Germany hands Israel thousands of Kafka confidant's papers

May 21, 2019

German authorities have handed over to Israel some 5,000 documents kept by a confidant of Franz Kafka

Virginia gov's yearbook: Probe of racist photo completed

May 21, 2019

Investigation completed into how a racist photo appeared on a yearbook page for Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam when he was a student decades ago; findings to be released Wednesday

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