Department holds public hearings on for-profit 90-10 rule
The Department of Education held the first of two public hearings Tuesday on regulatory changes to the 90-10 rule, as it kicks off another negotiated rule-making process to carry out provisions passed by Congress earlier this year that close a loophole in the law affecting military service members and veterans.
Astros Announce World Series Roster
The Astros announced their 26-man World Series roster ahead of tonight's Game 1 clash with the NL Champion Atlanta Braves.
China locks down a northwestern city to subdue a small outbreak.
The Chinese government ordered the northwestern city of Lanzhou locked down on Tuesday as officials carried out widespread testing to quash a small Covid-19 outbreak.
Amazon Warehouse Workers In New York To File For Union Vote
Chris Smalls, who runs the self-organized worker group Amazon Labor Union, has been gathering signatures from Amazon warehouse workers on Staten Island in support of a union election.
Republic's Quinn 'at home' after wait
Lucy Quinn is loving being part of the Republic of Ireland squad after having to wait five years for the opportunity.
Bill Belichick explains what made Richard Seymour a special player
Even though he has to continue to wait for a gold jacket, Richard Seymour can now finally call himself a Hall of Famer.
Early 2022 Mock Draft: Rounds 9-10
The postseason might be in full swing, but it's never too early to start thinking about the 2022 MLB season.
The F.D.A. authorizes Moderna and J.&J. boosters and allows a mix-and-match booster strategy.
WASHINGTON - The Food and Drug Administration on Wednesday authorized booster shots for tens of millions of recipients of Moderna's two-dose coronavirus vaccine and the roughly 15 million who got Johnson & Johnson's single-dose shot, significantly expanding the nation's campaign to bolster protection for vulnerable people.
Nets get trounced by defending champs
For once, the Brooklyn Nets didn't have to deal with many questions about mercurial point guard Kyrie Irving.
Ilhan Omar Calls Manchin's Demand to Limit Child Tax Credit a "Terrible Idea"
Manchin's plan would dramatically reduce eligibility for the credit, which is, in fact, already means tested.