Three-year-old Deonta Howard was shot in the face, but he won’t suffer any brain damage
Moving prostitution cases into special court
When it comes to the future of American education, Mayor Michael Bloomberg says the real danger is here at home, not abroad.
At TIME’s Education Summit, panelists debate the future direction of U.S. universities
The assistant professor who taught the class at the center of Harvard’s biggest cheating scandal has been kicked off the tenure track, the Harvard Crimson reports.
Three Girls Were Best Friends, Until They Weren’t
U.S. officials confirmed Tuesday morning that the gunman in yesterday’s deadly shooting had been treated for various mental health issues, including paranoia and hearing voices.
Winter Is Coming
The head surgeon at MedStar Washington Hospital Center, which treated the victims of yesterday’s Washington Navy Yard shooting, spoke Monday at a press conference against the “senseless trauma.”
President Obama addressed the nation in a live statement early this afternoon, calling today’s shootings at the Washington Navy Yard “cowardly” and vowing that those responsible will be brought to justice.
Two Additional Shooters Dressed In “Military-Style” Uniforms
Over 3,000 civilians and military personnel work at Washington Navy Yard, home of NAVSEA, the Naval Sea Systems Command headquarters where at least one gunman opened fire this morning.
No Threats Found After Evacuation