Anger and uncertainty spread in wake of Friday's ruling by the state's Supreme Court.
One parent said the influx of permission slips is getting "out of control" and "burdensome."
TOKYO (Kyodo) -- The chairman of a subsidiary of Japanese major oil refiner Eneos Holdings Inc. has been dismissed over sexual harassment, the firm said Wednesday, in the third such incident within the corporate group since 2022.
Takeshi Ebisawa, 60, allegedly tried to sell material he believed would go to Iran to build a nuclear bomb.
On Tuesday, nearly 20 percent of the school's 1,067 students were reportedly absent.
Police in Oklahoma say a teen who died a day after an altercation at school did not die as a result of injuries sustained in the fight.
The families of Sandy Hook school shooting victims voted overwhelmingly in favor of a plan to wrap up Alex Jones’ bankruptcy proceedings by liquidating the right wing talk show host’s assets.
Soldiers describe how stealing Palestinian property has become totally routine in the Gaza war, with minimal pushback from commanders.
A drugmaker’s feud with the DEA is exacerbating the ADHD meds crisis — at a rate of 600 million missing doses a year.
Japan is the only country in the world that requires spouses to use the same name, but after decades of inaction, appetite for change is building
Posters online are putting the death of non-binary student Nex Benedict on the hands of Ryan Walters, the state's anti-trans education head.
The widow of Alexei Navalny, Yulia Navalnaya, has had her X account suspended. Meanwhile, his brother has been put on Moscow wanted list's. Listen to a Daily podcast special on Russian opposition in the wake of Navalny's death as you scroll.
Israeli officials appear to have set a deadline to invade the southern Gaza city of Rafah — the largest refugee camp in the coastal territory — for the Muslim holy day of Ramadan on March 10.
Over 100 children at the school are susceptible to virus.
According to a Russian news outlet, Alexei Navalny's body is now in a morgue, but no post-mortem examination has yet been performed. The same media organisation also cites an inmate who described a "mysterious commotion" on the night before his death was announced.
CHARLESTON — The West Virginia House of Delegates debated the merits of removing protections for public librarians and school librarians from criminal prosecution in the off chance a minor encounters books and content some consider to be obscene.
A Utah lawmaker is no longer pushing for public schools to display a copy of the Ten Commandments but wants to add other biblical precepts and the Magna Carta to the curriculum.
Robert Lanter lives in a 600-square-foot house that can be traversed in five seconds and vacuumed from a single outlet. He doesn’t have a coffee table in the living room because it would obstruct the front door. When relatives come to visit, Mr. Lanter says jokingly, but only partly, they have to tour one at time....
Nintendo Co. is advising game publishers that its next-generation console will be delayed until the early months of 2025, according to people with knowledge of the matter....
The state's highest court reversed a judge's dismissal of the case involving embryos destroyed by a wandering Mobile hospital patient.
Exclusive: Family calls for inquest, saying Wilkinson visited police ‘almost every day’ before she was murdered by her husband in 2021