Education Corp. of America closed its for-profit college campuses. Among the colleges effected: Brightwood College, Brightwood Career Institute and Virginia College.
A 1993 letter penned by George H.W. Bush for political rival Bill Clinton is being widely shared as a tribute to the late president.
In the wake of the major quake and following aftershocks, residents took to social media to share pictures of the destruction they witnessed.
Gjermund Roesholt was returning from trapping near a Yukon lake when he shot and killed a charging grizzly bear on Monday. He soon discovered that the bear had likely killed his wife and 10-month-old child, authorities say.
San Diego native Ray Chavez was celebrated as the oldest living veteran of the Pearl Harbor attack. He died Wednesday at the age of 106.
Thomas Bruce — who formerly worked as a pastor — is facing murder, sodomy and kidnapping charges for allegedly attacking three women at St. Louis area Catholic Supply store.
A viral tweet posted by Andrew Sipowicz says a school bus driver hit his parked vehicle in Buffalo, New York, on Monday. But a sixth-grade student took the initiative to do the right thing — leave a note.
A private funeral for gangster James “Whitey’’ Bulger was held Thursday in South Boston, the same area where Bulger grew up and ran his ruthless gang.
The Coast Guard believes five people were aboard the plane, which left South Carolina bound for the Bahamas on Thursday.
The woman was with witchcraft in Canada, a charge reserved for those who pretend to use witchcraft in the service of a fraud.
The woman, who has been dubbed “Cornerstore Caroline,” later apologized after being confronted with security footage showing the boy had accidentally grazed her.
Little Caesars says the company has investigated a viral video showing a shopping cart full of DiGiorno frozen pizzas at a Little Caesars location.
“A person who is a racist” is on the political right, the worksheet said. Backlash prompted Canadian school district to call the worksheet “not balanced” and “an oversimplification.”
Ben and Jackee Belnap — of Holladay, Utah — told local media that they had to laugh at the mishap. They also cried a little.