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New data finds notable disparities in children's access to the best teachers.
Cliff Sloan is saluted by Secretary of State John Kerry for his efforts.
It doesn't include evidence the White House orchestrated a plot.
New York's mayor has lost the police -- and maybe much more than that.
There is a breakdown of trust in the system. For clues how to fix it, look to aviation.
Connectivity will be the real force for change there.
Democratic Rep. Brad Sherman tells Sony that members of Congress should get to see the film.
It seems possible the judge will grant a government motion to dismiss the case.
American officials hint at secret responses to the cyberattack on Sony.
Grimm is scheduled to appear in a plea hearing in a federal court in Brooklyn.
Members of the Columbia Journalism School will conduct a review into a November piece that focused on the brutal gang rape of a college student.
The new editor of The New Republic said the magazine has a long history of tumult.
"The question everyone will want answered, of course, is: Who should be held accountable?..."
Simon says: Kim Jong Un is a whack job, but that does not necessarily mean we should hail movies about him getting whacked.
They will assist political campaigns and corporations.
American editors and news directors voted on the biggest stories of 2014.
The police commissioner ties Saturday's shootings to ongoing protests in the city and across the country.