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A 32-year-old Austin man was charged with manslaughter after police say he chased down a car thief and beat him to death. Detectives say Joseph Mobley's wife and children were present when he chased down 25-year-old Dwayne Guidry. Read more: http://www.kvue.com/story/news/local/...
They got most of their SAT questions right, but students at Harvard blew this lay-up posed by the college blog Campus Reform: Who is the bigger threat to world peace, ISIS or the U.S.? Various students at the hallowed Ivy League school said they believe that America, not the...
Police officers pepper sprayed a black teenager in his white foster parents' home after they mistook him for a burglar, authorities have said. Cops responded to the home in Fuquay-Varina, North Carolina after a neighbor saw 18-year-old DeShawn Currie entering his family's home...
Thomas Eric Duncan’s family grieved Wednesday while health officials expanded their efforts to prevent new Ebola cases. And North Texas and the nation grew increasingly anxious about any hint of the illness. At 7:51 a.m., Duncan became the first person to die of Ebola on...
Rest easy, Tigers. Princeton University is reversing its longstanding policy on "A" grades. For the last 10 years, the school's official grading policy has recommended that professors don't award A's to more than 35 percent of students in undergraduate classes. It was meant to...
Faced with growing concern over the spread of the Ebola virus, public health officials on Tuesday promised extra measures to screen airline passengers arriving into the United States . But they remained opposed to more draconian travel restrictions that they say would cause more...
Texas high school students slipped to their lowest SAT math scores in more than two decades this year, while reading scores on the college entrance exam were the second lowest during that period. Results being released Tuesday by the College Board, which administers the exam,...
Employers’ eyes may be bigger than their stomachs when it comes to adding workers to their payrolls. A monthly gauge of labor-market churn showed that job openings recently hit the highest level in more than 13 years, even as hiring pulled back, the U.S. Labor Department...
There’s a new battle brewing over smoking in the military. Congress and the Defense Department are mulling over a potential ban on selling tobacco products — cigarettes, cigars and chewing tobacco — on military bases and ships in an effort to curb high smoking rates, but critics...