A 33-year-old man broke into a Yeshiva University dorm in New York City early Friday and used matches intended for a Hanukkah menorah to set three fires in the building while students were sleeping, city Fire Commissioner Daniel A. Nigro said.
Children at Vienna's prestigious ballet academy were routinely humiliated and told to smoke in order to stay slim, an investigation has alleged.
The principal's voice piped through the PA system at Wilbur Cross High School with a startling announcement.
A California woman paid over $9,000 to have a person affiliated with Rick Singer's college counseling business take online classes for her son so he could graduate Georgetown University, according to the Department of Justice.
The impeachment inquiry into President Donald Trump enters its next stage this week as the House Judiciary Committee holds its first hearing.
Supermarkets are trying to entice shoppers with more than just food.
Two floors beneath the headquarters of Iraqi Military Intelligence, at the end of a red-carpeted corridor, two doors swing open to reveal a museum of cold, calculated and deliberate horror.
Armed with care packages, clothes and clinical supplies, medical students in Detroit are learning outside the classroom. They are putting their knowledge and boots to the pavement, providing free health care to the city's homeless.
U.S. teens spend an average of more than seven hours per day on screen media for entertainment, and tweens spend nearly five hours, a new report finds -- and that doesn't include time spent using screens for school and homework.
The Princeton Theological Seminary is pledging to spend nearly $28 million on reparations over its ties to slavery, an effort believed to be one of the largest of its kind.
Homer. Herodotus. Sophocles. Plato. Aristotle. Demosthenes. Cicero. Vergil.
When Joevie Alvarado became a teacher, she never expected to teach American students 7,600 miles away.
California Gov. Gavin Newsom passed Senate Bill 206, also known as the Fair Pay to Play Act, into law Monday. The law allows college athletes to profit from their name, image and likeness.
One of the teenagers who allegedly opened fire at a Colorado charter school in May said he accidentally fired just one shot when classmates rushed him.
Cornell University's medical school had a life-changing announcement for its students. They'll get a top-notch college education and walk out debt-free.
Education Secretary Betsy DeVos will attend a roundtable on Thursday at a Pennsylvania Catholic school that subscribes to an anti-trans student policy.
It was just after Christmas in 2013 and David Fajgenbaum was hovering a hair above death.
A Catholic school in Nashville is receiving a lot of what a school leader called
Students at one Australian school will soon be bringing home more than just their homework at the end of each day. They'll be taking their trash, too.
Nearly 40 former students of the all-boys Yeshiva University High School in New York have filed a lawsuit against the school, accusing it of ignoring allegations of serial sexual abuse.
"Good Morning America" co-anchor Lara Spencer has apologized after she was accused of making a sexist and stereotypical comment about one of Prince George's favorite pastimes.
The path from analytic philosophy to the Episcopal Church is not especially well traveled. But then, Peter Paul Buttigieg's search for God contains a few crooked lines.
New York students may soon have to learn about swastikas and nooses as part of their curriculum.
New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo signed a bill Wednesday that bans school districts from arming teachers, part of several laws he's signed this week to strengthen gun regulations in the state.