Cleveland man faces 293 counts
Senator questions FBI’s prior knowledge of suspects
Reiterates legislative priorities in weekly address
Veep disabled defibrillator’s wireless feature
Supervisor to first suspect arrested
Agency slowed by lack of IT bandwidth
Coached through college: professional motivators decrease dropout rates
The reason alleged gunman Aaron Alexis was able to kill 12 people last week in the Washington Navy Yard shooting was that “there weren’t enough good guys with guns” present, National Rifle Association executive vice president Wayne LaPierre said on NBC’s Meet the Press on Sunday.
Harvard University is launching a campaign to raise $6.5 billion over the next five years, a record capital campaign that’s more than the school has ever raised.
A California school district is paying an outside firm to monitor the social media postings of 14,000 middle and high school students for a year.
In Colorado, which has been pounded by as much as 15 inches of rain this week, hundreds of people are unaccounted for and at least four are confirmed dead as a result of rising flood waters, officials in the state said on Saturday.
There’s surprisingly wide variation in workplace-injury rates from state to state—even within the same industries
Republicans and Democrats in Washington don’t agree on much, but they do seem to agree on this: America’s immigration policy should prioritize the admission of “skilled” immigrants