Articles By Laura Matthews
Chicago's teachers voted late Tuesday afternoon to return to the classroom after more than a week on the picket lines.
Obama's camp attacked Romney for his now-infamous "47 percent" comments, by releasing a new ad asking ordinary Americans about their thoughts on the GOP nominee's statement.
Chicago teachers and students could be back in the classroom soon, as union delegates meet Tuesday to review a deal, possibly ending the strike.
All is back to normal at Louisiana State University after a bomb threat received Monday morning forced a campus-wide evacuation. No explosives were found.
Residence and dining halls resume normal function after a bomb threat at Louisiana State University Monday morning. Authority are still conducting a building sweep.
LSU officials sent out another round of text messages Monday afternoon urging students and staff to stay away from the campus, until further notice.
LSU campus was evacuated Monday after after a bombed threat was phone in to local 911.
Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel will head to court this week to end the Teachers Union strike, which, he says, is using the city's children as pawns.
Ron Paul's campaign against the Federal Reserve had made some headway last summer, but even Republicans who dislike the Fed's decision to start a new round of easing aren't as drastic as him in attacking the central bank.
If polls are to be believed, pro-immigration activists may need to work harder to prevent the reelection of Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio.