The values and priorities of the Democratic Party today are not reflective of the working-class families, such as my own, that supported it for years.
Despite being one of the grandest royal residences, William and Kate's Kensington Palace home can leave them feeling like "prisoners," a royal expert explained.
COVID-19 has changed so much about our country—how we work, how we travel, and how we educate.
It's excellent news that the Supreme Court has overruled Maine's policy of denying public funds to private religious education for children even when there is no public school in their neighborhood.
This sordid case has brought to the fore of the culture war the terms "grooming" and "groomer" to describe efforts to sexualize children.
Joseph Kennedy, a former U.S. Marine, made a habit of walking to the 50-yard line after each high school game to bend a knee and offer a prayer of gratitude.
"These laws are intended to impede open and honest discussion about some of the hardest parts of our country's past," Randi Weingarten, president of the American Federation of Teachers, told Newsweek.
The recent elementary school shooting in Uvalde, Texas has sparked a debate on how to best protect children from future incidents.
Ninety percent of respondents to the survey said they were afraid that a shooting would happen at their schools.
The Republican congresswoman, who represents Georgia, says placing more guns into schools will increase children's safety.
Texas Governor Greg Abbott directed schools to receive training that would "help law enforcement on school campuses better respond to" mass shootings.
"All we want is for our daughter to eat in whatever order she wants to," father Ross Hunt told Newsweek.
"When faced with a problem, people turn to the experts," Jacksonville Mayor Lenny Curry said Wednesday announcing a partnership with a security company.
Days after the Uvalde school shooting at Robb Elementary School, Texas, insensitive and fictitious narratives have emerged online targeting the victims.
Newsweek offers an analysis of the Texas school shooting, including the timeline of the massacre, and why it took police so long to enter the classroom.
"It is not hard to learn to shoot a gun…What takes far longer, however, is learning to respond properly to an active shooter," argues Tracy Walder.
The GOP lawmaker, who backs gun rights, said Sunday he's "open" to a ban or certification for AR-15s.
"We had people potentially die while law enforcement was on scene," John Cohen said Sunday about the mass shooting that killed 21 people this week.
Fellow Republican Adam Kinzinger ridiculed the senator's comments Friday, sarcastically suggesting Disney is also to blame.
McCarthy said COVID-19 funds should be redirected to "allow the schools to use that to have one central point of entrance to protect these kids."
"That's a straight-up abuse of power and very unprofessional," said one commenter on the viral video.
The incident took place a day before a gunman killed 19 children and two teachers at an elementary school in Uvalde, Texas.
Salvador Ramos, the suspect in the horrific school shooting in Uvalde, Texas, was labeled as trans and an undocumented immigrant despite the lack of evidence.
The Republicans suggested that arming teachers or placing more officers on campus would be more effective than stricter gun laws.
The company says it will no longer support the organization after customers and staff became concerned that it was providing LGBTQ-themed books to schools.
The equity we all hope education can foster is only possible if we confront and address the other social and economic challenges that have disproportionately impacted communities of color since this nation was founded.
Jericho claimed Sunday that his niece has been bullied "for months" at a Florida middle school, and that the district has done nothing to help.
New research has shown that a fresh approach to how students find places in education could bring benefits to both schools and pupils.