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Cosmetology Schools Sue Betsy DeVos Over Obama-Era Rules

Similar findings were identified in Detroit charter schools, with African American, Hispanic, low-income and special education students making larger gains in both reading and mathematics than students in traditional schools. Her supporters call her a bold reformer, while opponents fear she will seek to undermine public schools by funneling taxpayer funding to private and religious schools.


Billy Boyette accomplice, Mary Rice back in Florida to face charges

Billy Boyette accomplice, Mary Rice back in Florida to face charges

His companion, Mary Barbara Craig Rice, was taken into custody. Authorities say Boyette and Rice are also suspected in the deaths of two women in nearby Milton Jan. Authorities then heard a single gunshot from inside the motel room and subsequently found Boyette dead inside, Woodruff said. Authorities say a man suspected in the killings of two women in Florida and one in Alabama died from a self-inflicted gunshot wound, putting an end to a standoff with police at a Georgia motel.



Verify: What's next after ruling on President Trump's travel ban?

SAN FRANCISCO-A federal appeals court in San Francisco said Thursday it will release its ruling by the end of the business day in the legal fight over whether to reinstate U.S. Three judges from San Francisco ruled Thursday afternoon that the government gave no evidence for the executive order to take effect immediately, so they decided not to overturn a lower court's ruling.


Deputies find child with autism locked in cage

Deputies find child with autism locked in cage

The affidavit obtained by News 5 says Patricia Laws and Mickey Sparks told the officers that that Department of Child Services personnel had made prior visits to the home and that the agency had "approved the caged area". Upon arriving to the home, deputies told Mickey Sparks, 69, and Patricia Laws, 43, they had received information that a child was kept in a cage. The Department of Child Protective Services responded and took the children.


Maxine Waters: 'Eventually,' We'll Have To Impeach Trump

Maxine Waters: 'Eventually,' We'll Have To Impeach Trump

Constitution grants the House of Representatives the power to impeach or indict the president, but at least two-thirds of the Senate must concur in order to remove the commander-in-chief from office. "I think that if we can talk about job creation and infrastructure legislation, that's a real infrastructure bill and not a tax break for his rich friends, then there's something we can talk about", she said.


Trump Wants To Change Black History Month To

Trump Wants To Change Black History Month To "African American History Month"

Speaking at a Black History Month event on Wednesday, Trump's comments suggested he thought Douglass was alive. As Trump said, Douglass has been getting "more and more" recognition for the "amazing job" he's been doing. "You read all about Dr. Martin Luther King a week ago when somebody said I took the statue out of my office". "You read all about Dr. Martin Luther King a week ago when somebody said I took the statue out of my office".