An IL h.s. student filed a lawsuit against her school, saying officials bullied her into not stating her case for the 2nd Amendment.
Valley Forge, the base for Washington’s troops during the American Revolution, stands as a monument to the Republic’s iron core.
Can you play “brain games” and increase your cognitive abilities? Probably not, a team of Canadian researchers believes.
Recent research studies suggest that in an increasingly interdisciplinary world, “finding your passion” isn’t as good as “developing” it.
We have much to admire about a country that can elect a President Trump while professing an undying faith in civil rights.
What are the key elements of a successful mentoring relationship between adolescents and non-family, school-based mentors?
A decision by the US Supreme Court could affect the ability of teachers’ unions to negotiate on behalf of rank-and-file teachers.
Five people who worked at a newspaper in Maryland’s capital of Annapolis were shot dead Thursday, based on a grudge.
A Baltimore Co. native had a historical marker unveiled Sat., dedicated to the story of the greatest female spy in US history.
The schoolgirl whose father is the named plaintiff in a landmark court case about segregation died Sunday at the age of 75.