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Today β€” January 17th 2019Your RSS feeds

Universal Pictures announces new release date for horror film after it coincides with Parkland shooting anniversary

By Elizabeth Zwirz

Universal Pictures announced Wednesday that the release date for the horror movie, “Happy Death Day 2U” would be moved to avoid falling on the one-year anniversary of the deadly Parkland shooting in Florida last year.

Universal Pictures announces new release date for horror film after it coincides with Parkland shooting anniversary

By Elizabeth Zwirz

Universal Pictures announced Wednesday that the release date for the horror movie, “Happy Death Day 2U” would be moved to avoid falling on the one-year anniversary of the deadly Parkland shooting in Florida last year.

Yesterday β€” January 16th 2019Your RSS feeds

Karen Pence Is Teaching at Christian School That Bars L.G.B.T. Students and Teachers

By MATTHEW HAAG

Mrs. Pence is teaching art at Immanuel Christian School in Springfield, Va., which requires employees to uphold conservative beliefs on sexual identity.

New York Today: N.Y. Today: A Wall That Honors Immigrants

By AZI PAYBARAH

It’s made of steel. It was built because immigrants kept coming. And it attracts thousands of visitors at Ellis Island.

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South Carolina HS football player dies during ACL surgery

A high school football standout in South Carolina died during surgery a day after he committed to play in college, according to reports.

L.A. Teachers Strike for First Time in 30 Years, the Nation’s Largest School Walkout

By JENNIFER MEDINA, TIM ARANGO, DANA GOLDSTEIN and LOUIS KEENE

Teachers are asking for smaller classes and larger support staff. Officials say they cannot afford to say yes.

Los Angeles Teachers to Strike for More Pay and More Help

By JENNIFER MEDINA

Teachers in the nation’s second-largest school system are demanding smaller classes and larger support staff. Officials say they cannot afford to say yes.

Florida governor suspends Broward County Sheriff Scott Israel

By Matt Richardson

Broward County Sheriff Scott Israel, who faced criticism over his department’s response to the deadly Parkland, Florida, school shooting last year, was officially suspended by newly sworn-in Gov. Ron DeSantis on Friday.

The Community School Comes of Age

By DAVID L. KIRP

The model is expanding rapidly. Is it a fad, or the future?

Female Economists Push Their Field Toward a #MeToo Reckoning

By BEN CASSELMAN and JIM TANKERSLEY

At the economics profession’s largest annual gathering, women said sexual harassment, discrimination and bullying were pushing them to the sidelines or out of the field altogether.

Bible studies class bill under fire in North Dakota

By Caleb Parke

North Dakota legislators have proposed a bill that has come under criticism allowing public high schools to offer an elective Bible studies class as part of its social studies curriculum.

Florida Governor Suspends Sheriff Over Parkland Shooting

By PATRICIA MAZZEI

Gov. Ron DeSantis of Florida named Gregory Tony, a former sergeant from the Coral Springs Police Department.

Victims of Abuse by Religious Order Priests Say Their Claims Fall Through the Cracks

By JACK HEALY

Religious orders include the Jesuits, Franciscans and Augustinians. But when a priest in an order is accused of sexual abuse, the abused say they are treated like second-class victims.

DeSantis' office denies suspending Broward County Sheriff Scott Israel

By Elizabeth Zwirz

Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis' office on Tuesday denied that the governor officially suspended Broward County Sheriff Scott Israel, following reports of the sheriff's imminent removal.

Pegi Young, 66, Musician Who Started a School for Disabled, Dies

By RICHARD SANDOMIR

The mother of a child with cerebral palsy, she helped start the Bridge School, whose star-studded benefit concerts included her ex-husband, Neil Young.

DealBook: Flipping the Economics of Paying for Education, Because They’re Upside Down

By ANDREW ROSS SORKIN

Income Sharing Agreements are gaining the attention of higher education and Wall Street. One early success story is getting a boost from venture capital.

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