Over the years, Jose Garcia's life has collided with some of Chicago's biggest school reform efforts, including a recent teacher training effort that has him teaching at his old high school. Will he make it?
In Paris, reporter Adeline Sire is happy to have found the trappings of Thanksgiving in a foreign country. But she's also happy to just see people out on the streets in the wake of the attacks two weeks ago.
The Crow Nation in Montana has 9 billion tons of coal on its reservation — and it wants to mine about 1.4 billion tons of that and ship it to Asia. It could be a huge economic boost for the tribe, but coal's value is plummeting. And there are other complications, too.
We’ve all heard that Volkswagen cheated to meet emission standards for its “clean diesel” vehicles. We know these cars can emit up to 40 times the legal limit of NOx emissions. But what exactly does that mean for our health? Now, thanks to research from MIT and Harvard, Volkswagen owners know.
American photojournalist Shane McMillan was one of the first photographers on the scene of the attacks in the 11th district near the Bataclan concert hall on Friday night. He continues to cover the scene Saturday in Paris.
Brazil's standardized test included an excerpt from the French philosopher book, “The Second Sex." Then all hell broke loose, including numerous attempts to sabotage the French intellectual's Wikipedia page.