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School apologizes for taking away blind boy's cane

A school in Missouri is apologizing after taking away a blind boy's cane as punishment and replacing it with a foam pool noodle.

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Hopkins sends acceptance to rejected students

"Embrace the YES!" said the subject line.

Uh, no.

The Washington Post reported that almost 300 students who had been rejected by Johns Hopkins University received a joyous shock over the weekend when the prestigious Baltimore school sent them emails…

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2 men assigned to a one-year spaceflight

The two men assigned to a one-year spaceflight say their upcoming mission will allow the world to push deeper into space.   


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Johns Hopkins mistakenly welcomes wrong students

Nearly 300 applicants to Johns Hopkins University had their hopes dashed after they were sent acceptance letters by mistake.

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Movie pulled from class after complaint

The Seminole County School District said they've pulled a film from one of their classrooms after a student complained to her mom about a disturbing scene implying rape.

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Learn science while hacking your Roomba

Want a programmable robot of your very own that you can teach anything from playing your favorite songs to cleaning up after the party? iRobot says go ahead and hack your Roomba.

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Machen says he's left a good foundation for new UF president

Outgoing University of Florida president Bernie Machen says he's leaving a good foundation for his successor, who takes over Jan. 1.

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Students walk out over 'Redskins' name change

The debate over the "Redskins" name in sports isn't just at the professional level.

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Washington Post finds more holes in Rolling Stone article

The Washington Post on Wednesday identified new inconsistencies in the rape story told by Jackie, a University of Virginia student, in the pages of Rolling Stone magazine.

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OCPS to create own police force

The Orange County school district will soon have its own police force.

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