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The new president of the nation's largest teachers union takes over as new Common Core standards roll out across America.
A Washington state student who opened fire in his cafeteria before taking his own life had sent texts to the victims asking to meet at lunch.
Consumers have ranked Toyota and Lexus among the top car brands and say Chrysler is the worst.
The Army will isolate soldiers returning from West Africa, even if they are not believed to have been exposed to the deadly virus.
With a dozen or so tight races, any state could wind up deciding whether Republicans or Democrats control the Senate.
A boy who arrived from Guinea will be tested for Ebola in New York, while a nurse held in quarantine will be allowed to go home.
A series of executive actions aim to strengthen advanced manufacturing, including a $300 million investment to boost industrial competitiveness.
A fleet of planes and helicopters airlifted the last U.S. and British forces from a key southern province.
A life-long friendship among cousins ended with one of them gunning down the other two, along with three friends, in a high school cafeteria.
Quarantines imposed on travelers could discourage health workers from helping fight Ebola.
Authorities are seeking a motive as to why a high school student shot dead a female classmate and wounded four others.
A look at some of this week's biggest newsmakers.
A student opened fire at his Washington state high school on Friday, killing one person, and wounding at least four others.
More than 200,000 rear-facing car seats are being recalled.
Iraqi forces are months away from being able to start a sustained ground offensive against the Islamic State.
U.S. Sen. Patrick Leahy pressed Internet providers to not strike deals that may help some websites load faster than others.
U.S. officials are debating whether to tighten controls on the border with Canada following two attacks this week.
A doctor who worked in West Africa is the fourth person diagnosed with the virus in the U.S. and the first in its largest city.
A physician with Doctors Without Borders who returned to New York City from West Africa has tested positive for Ebola.
The U.S. has started new restrictions on those coming from the countries hardest hit by the deadly virus.