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Story courtesy of The Dallas Morning News By Terrence Stutz AUSTIN – More than one in eight Texas high school seniors – a record 31,716 students from the class of 2006 – won't get a diploma this month because they didn't pass all sections of the state graduation test after...
Story courtesy of USA Today By Andrea Stone WASHINGTON — The Bush administration briefed select members of Congress 30 times on the National Security Agency's surveillance programs since the Sept. 11 attacks, according to a declassified list released Wednesday. National...
Story courtesy of USA Today By Martha T. Moore A suburb of St. Louis faces a lawsuit from the American Civil Liberties Union after it voted to deny residency to an unmarried couple and their children. The City Council of Black Jack, Mo., voted Tuesday not to broaden a regulation...
Story courtesy of ABC News By Jake Tapper and Avery Miller ABC News has learned that the powerful gun group will launch a new campaign on Thursday when it convenes its annual convention in Milwaukee, Wis. It will demand that police chiefs and mayors pledge to never confiscate...
Story courtesy of The New York Times By Eric Lipton WASHINGTON, May 17 — The quick fix may involve sending in the National Guard. But to really patch up the broken border, President Bush is preparing to turn to a familiar administration partner: the nation's giant military...
Story courtesy of Click2Houston.com PASADENA, Texas -- A city of South Houston teacher was placed on administrative leave, accused of having an improper relationship with a student, KPRC Local 2 reported Monday. Officials at South Houston High School said they began asking...
Story courtesy of CNN BOULDER, Colorado (AP) -- An investigation of a professor who likened some of the September 11 victims to a Nazi found serious cases of misconduct in his academic research, including plagiarism and fabrications, a University of Colorado spokesman said...
Story courtesy of Milwaukee Journal Sentinel By Tom Kertscher Port Washington - Parents are angry and school leaders are promising action in response to a "Heterosexual Questionnaire," approved by two teachers, that asked students questions such as: "If you have never slept with...
Story courtesy of the San Antonio Express-News by Dane Schiller MEXICO CITY — If National Guard troops catch undocumented immigrants sneaking into the United States, Mexico will challenge such police-like actions in American courts, Mexico's foreign minister warned Tuesday...