Promise of Student-Debt Relief Draws Fire From School Group

Weeks ahead of a regulatory rollout geared at helping students saddled with predatory student loans, a group representing private vocational schools in California has brought a federal complaint contenting the rules as an existential threat.

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Police Takedown Over Stolen Beef Patty Heads to Trial

A federal judge ruled that two Connecticut police officers must go to trial on a mother’s claims they used excessive force by deploying a stun gun on her teenage son until he foamed at the mouth for taking a beef patty from the high school cafeteria without paying.

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Video Shows San Bernardino shooter Calmly Entering School

A gunman walked calmly into a San Bernardino elementary school and signed a log book in the school’s main office just minutes before he pulled out a gun and opened fire in his estranged wife’s classroom, killing her and an 8-year-old student, a video released Thursday showed.

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Obama-Era Nutrition Guidelines Put on Ice

Rolling back Obama-era nutrition guidelines for school-lunch programs, the Trump administration moved to keep calorie-count displays largely optional until at least next year, and health initiatives by the former first lady are also on the chopping block.

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