"It's like voting for a rock star. He was all personality," presidential historian Craig Shirley said about Obama.
The killing of two El Monte police officers comes as the effort to recall the Los Angeles DA gains enough signatures to get on a November ballot.
"We believe there's a huge deficit in how we teach history, government and our Constitution," Kirk said about the need for Turning Point Academy.
District attorney faces growing recall effort amid his effort to reform criminal justice system by withdrawing enhanced penalties, eliminating bail.
GOP Senators have called the motives of entertainment producers pushing "hyper-sexualized content" on young audiences "suspect at best and predatory at worst."
Depp is suing his ex-wife over an op-ed she wrote in which she described herself as a "public figure representing domestic abuse."
Viewers wanting to watch live testimony from the Johnny Depp-Amber Heard trial have multiple law-related YouTube channels to choose from.
"Life is God's course and he can grant mulligans," Pat Boone told Newsweek. "You can get a do-over."
"To me we have to look at these children as an entirety, not just at the disease," said a vaccine rights advocate regarding the proposed legislation.
Virginia Attorney General Jason Miyares says Thomas Jefferson High School's new admissions process is "state sanctioned bigotry."
Four charges of libel and slander with prejudice have been dismissed against parent and past Thomas Jefferson High School PTA President Harry Jackson.
"This kind of political spin does not belong in our kid's classrooms," said a parent advocate in Oregon about the teaching of gender identity to kids.
An undercover video shows school administrators in Idaho and Tennessee 'rebranding' Critical Race Theory to work around a ban, the conservative group says.
"Everything I said was precisely accurate," said Charlie Kirk after Twitter suspended his account because of a tweet where he identified Rachel Levine as a man.
"Zelensky, a Jewish guy in Ukraine is not only leading the Ukrainian people; he is leading the free world," says prominent Rabbi Moshe Azman.
A Virginia school board continues to push back against a ruling that its new admissions policy, which isn't merit-based, discriminates against Asian Americans.
"My politics haven't changed. They've changed!" Bill Maher told Ben Shapiro in a coming episode of 'The Ben Shapiro Show: Sunday Special.'
A Kansas school district is being sued by a teacher who says her religious beliefs are violated with the new pronoun and student preferred name policies.
A sign telling high school students that if their parents aren't accepting of their identity, "I'm Your Mom Now," has angered parents in Eau Claire, Wisconsin.
"We can not replace one hierarchy of human value with another hierarchy of human value," Asra Nomani told the House Judiciary Committee.
"We want to support our duly elected officials but we feel we are losing our voice," said an Oregonians for Liberty in Education representative about SB 1521.
The decision "aligns with the data and the science," said Governor Larry Hogan about the Board of Education's decision to lift the statewide mask mandate.
"I don't think any parent wants their child to be unsafe, but all parents want a say in what that child's safety looks like," said one Maryland parent.
In a surprise announcement, California's health officials announced Monday that school mask mandates would stay despite the removal by many other states.
"It's a huge experiment—what happens if you give money and there are very few strings attached?"
After extending a temporary mask mandate through the school year, the Oregon Health Authority on Monday said its indoor mask requirement would end no later than March 31.
A parent's complaint about a school's social justice challenge follows concerns from other parents about the "secrecy" behind other inappropriate content.
"Democrats proposing these school vaccine mandates don't want kids to have a choice," one California lawmaker said.
"We are indeed going to continue to teach all history...but we are going to get these inherently divisive teaching practices out of the classroom," Youngkin said.
"It's bigger than they can even show—all the different firms will make your head spin," one parent said.