Northwestern quarterback Kain Colter testified Tuesday that he was essentially paid to play via his scholarship as the National Labor Relations Board opened a closely watched hearing on a bid to form what would be the first union for college athletes in U.S. history.
Ukranian riot police charged protesters occupying a square in central Kiev early Wednesday, following hours of street battles that left at least 18 people dead and hundreds injured in the deadliest day of the 3-month-old political crisis that has paralyzed Ukraine's capital.
President Obama on Tuesday used executive action to order a new round of fuel-efficiency and greenhouse-gas standards for U.S. automobiles, driving climate control to the front of his second-term agenda and sparking concern from the trucking industry.
The name may not be the same, but at its core, the public outrage over a federalized curriculum is the same.
A growing number of states have decided to change the name of their Common Core education programs in an apparent attempt to avoid the growing negative views of the federally-backed state standards program.