President Barack Obama used his executive authority this week to make it easier for those struggling under student loans to make payments.
Kim Han Sol, grandson of Kim Jong Il, just started his last two years of high school and he's not doing it in North Korea. He's in Mostar, in Bosnia.
After much criticism, the NCAA is poised to take up proposals that could bring about major changes to the rules governing college football, basketball and other sports.
16.5 million American children live in poverty. That's more than any other first-world nation.
New census data shows that 46 million people live in poverty in the United States. That's about one out of every six Americans.
As unmanned aerial vehicles become more important to the U.S. military, North Dakota and its schools are trying to lead the way in preparing pilots and mechanics for these new airplanes.
Education experts think that teaching kids about character strengths, and improving grit, may be the a way to help kids do better in schools.
American-born children of undocumented residents are living in fear of their parents' deportation as Alabama's new immigration law takes effect.
Teams from around the world converged on Washington DC to compete in the Solar Decathlon, a competition to see who can build the most energy-efficient solar powered home.
Would-be small business owners in Cuba now have the opportunity to sign up for a masters degree in business administration from the Catholic Church.