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28 abducted Baptist school students freed in Nigeria

KANO, Nigeria — Armed kidnappers in Nigeria have released 28 of the more than 120 students who were abducted at the beginning of July from the Bethel Baptist High School in the northern town of Damishi.

Governors pin hopes on full vaccine approval as cases climb

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. – As U.S. regulators weigh giving the final stamp of approval for certain COVID-19 vaccines, governors in states hard hit by the pandemic hope the move will help persuade the many holdouts in their states to finally get the shot.

With virus cases rising, mask mandate back on in Los Angeles

LOS ANGELES – Los Angeles County will again require masks be worn indoors in the nation’s largest county, even by those vaccinated against the coronavirus, while the University of California system also said Thursday that students, faculty and staff must be immunized against the disease to return to campuses.

Tears, politics and money: School boards become battle zones

RAPID CITY, S.D. — Local school boards around the country are increasingly becoming cauldrons of anger and political division, boiling with disputes over such issues as COVID-19 mask rules, the treatment of transgender students and how to teach the history of racism and slavery in America.

National Spelling Bee stalwarts persevere through two-year gap

When the Scripps National Spelling Bee was canceled last year because of the pandemic, Avani Joshi didn’t lament her lost year of preparation. She pivoted to studying for competitions in her other favorite discipline: geography.

Reimagined Harry Truman presidential library set to reopen

After nearly two years of renovations complicated by COVID-19 restrictions, the Harry S. Truman Presidential Library and Museum is ready to welcome visitors back with an updated focus on how Truman's legacy resonates today.