WRTV: Could The Delta Variant Disrupt Back-To-School Plans?
Some parents are hesitant to send their unvaccinated kids back to school.
Harvard holds inauguration for first Black president
Claudine Gay's inauguration speech included a message to students: Take risks and challenge the status quo.
Student loan borrowers face budget strains as repayments kick back in
The Department of Education estimates 43 million people in the U.S. owe a collective $1.6 trillion in federal student loan debt.
New York schools told not to use facial recognition technology
The state Education Department banned the technology following a report that facial recognition risks violating students' privacy and civil rights.
Hunter Biden returns to Delaware court, expected to plead not guilty
The president's son is facing charges that he lied about his drug use in October 2018 on a form to buy a gun.
Inside the largest toy fair in the western hemisphere
Toy Fair, in New York City, brings together not just toymakers but also investors, licensors and everyone who keeps the toy industry running.
Airlines estimate weight-loss drugs could save them millions
United Airlines said it estimates drugs like Ozempic could save the airline at least $80 million a year.