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DeVos planning to scrap Obama rules on campus sexual assault
Education Secretary Betsy DeVos on Thursday declared that “the era of ‘rule by letter’ is over” as she announced plans to change the way colleges and university handle allegations of sexual violence on campus. She said Obama administration rules established in 2011 to guide schools as they investigate and... Read more
Bear vs. pool toy in backyard tangle Video
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Chilling discovery: Python found atop refrigerator Video
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Baby panda snuggles with mother in video showing its 1st month Video
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Florida family finds gator swimming in their pool Video
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The Education Department is easing financial aid rules and procedures for those affected by Harvey. The department is encouraging students whose financial needs have been altered by the storm to contact their school’s financial aid office. The agency says in a statement that colleges and career schools will be... Read more
Campaign aims to show that Charlottesville ‘stands for love’
A group of Charlottesville officials and business leaders are planning a publicity campaign designed to repair the city’s image after this month’s deadly white nationalist rally. The Daily Progress reports the campaign will include ads and a social media hashtag aimed at spreading the message that Charlottesville “stands for... Read more
Human chain helps woman in labor through Harvey floodwaters Video
Now Playing: Pregnant woman stays in eye of Hurricane Harvey to have scheduled C-section Now Playing: Woman who says she was unaware she was pregnant delivers on sidewalk Now Playing: Human chain helps woman in labor through Harvey floodwaters Now Playing: Trump visits Texas after Hurricane Harvey Now Playing:... Read more
5-year-old raises money for Hurricane Harvey victims Video
Now Playing: 5-year-old raises money for Hurricane Harvey victims Now Playing: Grieving man plants sunflower maze in memory of daughter killed in car crash Now Playing: Houston police chief warns potential criminals if they try to loot wake of Hurricane Harvey Now Playing: Grocery store in Katy, Texas, finally... Read more
Stranded pets rescued amid Hurricane Harvey flooding in southeastern Texas
Humans aren’t the only ones weathering the storm as Hurricane Harvey ravages Texas with “epic and catastrophic” flooding that has left thousands of people stranded. Rescue efforts are also underway for pets and animals across the state, with many shelters and good Samaritans helping animals that are scared, hungry... Read more