West Creek High School in Clarksville, Tennessee, suspended more than 50 students who took part in a TikTok video showing them raising their cellphones and pointing them like guns. Christian Williams, who made the video, said he was told a parent reported it. A school spokeswoman said the students violated a section of the school code of conduct barring "any conduct which is disruptive, dangerous, harmful to the student or others, not otherwise specifically enumerated herein."
Miyares' office says the conviction integrity unit is being expanded. Time will tell if it will have the independence and resources to succeed.
Schools in Flint, Michigan, are extending the virtual learning period for the foreseeable future. Haven't we learned that virtual learning comes at too high a cost?
Virginia Gov. Glenn Youngkin's support for qualified immunity is in opposition to the principles he says he stands for.
Media elites ignore the heartland-themed show, and the real issues behind it, at their own peril.
Mississippi has banned new home health care licenses for more than 40 years, despite mounting evidence that the state's CON laws are raising prices and limiting access to care.