A Michigan third-grader has raised over $27,000 to help his fellow students buy lunch, proving not all kids are narcissistic idiots.
Sports, sneakers, and short hair; it’s what makes eight year old Sunnie Kahle unique. It’s also what had her removed from Timberlake Christian School. Her grandparents pulled the plug on her time there after they said she was no longer welcome.
According to the law firm filing the case, the recent ban signed by then Mayor Michael Bloomberg violated the New York State Constitution’s and New York City Charter’s “One Subject Rule,” which restricts legislation topics to only one subject.
In the case of Christian-owned private company Hobby Lobby currently before the Supreme Court, the government seeks to eliminate a constitutional protection that can block government mandates on private companies.
Walgreen Co. on Tuesday said it plans to shutter 76 unprofitable drugstores by August as part of a plan to save $40 million to $50 million per year beginning in its fiscal 2015.
Jeff Severt recently grew so frustrated with his second-grader’s Common Core math assignments that, rather than simply help his son with the homework, he wrote in his own response on one of the questions.
A social studies workbook, used in an Illinois public middle school, is generating controversy among gun rights supporters because it claims that the Second Amendment permits only strictly regulated, registered gun ownership.
Although Indiana has now officially opted out of participating in a set of national academic standards known as Common Core, area educators say the replacements currently being developed aren’t likely to be vastly different.
In Saskatchewan, the mother of a six-year-old transgender boy has a filed a complaint with the provincial Human Rights Commission demanding the removal of all information documenting anyone’s sex on every birth certificate because her son likes to wear girls clothing.
Glenn Beck ridiculed Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg’s “ban bossy” campaign on his radio program last week, but many at TheBlaze TV thought the video offered more opportunity for mockery.
The Agriculture Department (USDA) announced it was launching a new $1 million program to promote wood as a “green” building material to boost rural economies, as well as a $1 million competition “to demonstrate the architectural and commercial viability of using sustainable wood products in high-rise construction,” according to Department.