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Opinion | Joe Biden Is Electrifying America Like F.D.R.

YAMHILL, Ore. — The best argument for President Biden’s three-part proposal to invest heavily in America and its people is an echo of Franklin...

The Many Ways Colleges Are Handling Covid-Complicated Graduations

Her first reaction after receiving the email from the University of Tampa announcing that commencement would be conducted online was to cry. Across...

100 U.S. colleges will require vaccinations to attend in-person classes in the fall.

More than 100 colleges across the country have said they will require students to receive coronavirus vaccines in order to attend in-person classes in...

U.S. pharmacies are told to offer second vaccine doses to people who got first shots elsewhere.

Federal health officials said on Tuesday that they were directing nearly all drugstores and grocery-store pharmacies to offer second doses of Covid-19 vaccines to...

A private school in Miami, citing false claims, bars vaccinated teachers from contact with students.

A private school in the fashionable Design District of Miami sent its faculty and staff a letter last week about getting vaccinated against Covid-19....

Howard Students Protest Cut of Classics Department, Hub for Black Scholarship

As an alumna of Howard University, Anika Prather remembers feeling that the classics were everywhere during her years as a student. No matter your...

Arizona Governor Vetoes Bill Restricting L.G.B.T.Q. Education

Gov. Doug Ducey of Arizona on Tuesday vetoed legislation that would have imposed some of the country’s most restrictive rules regarding L.G.B.T.Q. education, calling...

Florida Superintendent Arrested on Perjury Charge in School Safety Inquiry

MIAMI — The superintendent of the public school district in Broward County, Fla., was arrested on Wednesday as part of a wide-ranging criminal investigation...

Opinion | Overdue Shutdown of the Indian Point Nuclear Plant

To the Editor:Re “Nuclear Plant’s Shutdown Means More Fossil Fuel in New York” (news article, April 13):New York State is making good on its...

Minneapolis Public Schools to close in-person learning later this week in anticipation of a verdict.

Minneapolis Public Schools will shift to remote learning later this week in anticipation of the verdict in the Derek Chauvin trial, Ed Graff, the...

After a Year of Turmoil, Elite Universities Welcome More Diverse Freshman Classes

Jianna Curbelo attends a career-focused public high school in New York City, works at McDonald’s and lives in the Bronx with her unemployed mother,...

Liberty University Sues Jerry Falwell Jr., Alleging Deception

Liberty University sued its former president Jerry Falwell Jr. this week, exacerbating the messy divorce between the Christian university and the leader whose family...

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Think Outside the Brunch for Mother’s Day

Spruce up her surroundings.“Look around your space and think about what will make her feel cared for,” said Marianne Canada, lifestyle expert for HGTV.com...

Of Brexit and Boris: What’s Driving the Call for Scottish Independence

The millions of votes counted across Scotland on Saturday could be among the most consequential in recent times, and not because of their impact...

Melting Glaciers Have Exposed Frozen Relics of World War I

As glaciers melt and shrink in the Alps of Northern Italy, long-frozen relics of World War I have been emerging from the ice.They include...

A Chinese Rocket Is Tumbling Back to Earth. Where Will It Land?

A piece of China’s largest rocket is tumbling back to Earth this weekend. No one really knows when or where it will land.On April...