As expected, very little was said about education in the State of the Union address, & even less about DACA and school safety.
Students in Maryland, where so many furloughed federal workers live, write about the effects of the shutdown.
An unusual pattern emerged in bullying when researchers cross-referenced it with regions that voted for Trump.
Trump said his “compromse” deal would protect DACA recipients and fund a wall in an effort to improve border security.
Both sides of the abortion debate showed up for the annual March for Life in Chicago. A student reflects on her participation.
As Trump tries to rollback environmental regulation, some supporters and foes are pushing in the opposite direction.
The idea of plausible deniability, by making wild claims about future events, as with the president, is how confidence can be punished.
Thoughts turn to a Syrian violinist in Illinois, as Nikki R Haley announces she’ll resign as US ambassador to the UN.
A look at the time when the first teachings of Christianity started to be proclaimed tells me the Kavanaugh process was wrong.
I reflect here on Brett Kavanaugh’s and Christine Blasey Ford’s testimony before the Senate Judiciary Committee yesterday.