Remote learning has been especially hard on students for whom English is a second language. Educators are now trying to support them and their families.
Micronesians have come to the United States in larger numbers since 1986. Most settle in nearby Pacific islands, like Guam or Hawaii. But a few come a little farther. To Missouri, for example, where a large Micronesian population has grown up.
Reporter Anna Boiko-Weyrauch has the story of how Micronesians came to Missouri, and how their journey sharply contrasts with the legal struggles faced by other immigrants.
Austin, Texas, this week became second U.S. community to be chosen to receive Google Fiber. In Austin, people are excited about the potential for innovation and to bridge the digital access divide. But an academic in Kansas City, where Google Fiber started, says their experience has been different.
Paul Rudd is starring in a new Broadway production that's more serious than his usual roles, which include the upcoming film This is 40. Rudd, though, says he's not looking to put his career on a certain path -- he's taking good roles as they come.
The King is alive and recycled in Kansas City, Missouri. A dozen of Elvis’ most famous songs are re-tooled to raise environmental awareness.
Mitt Romney says he left Bain Capital in 1999. The Obama administration blames him for job losses at Bain affiliates through 2002. This week, Obama's claims got a little more credence.
New data from the 2010 U.S. Census shows that America's Blacks are leaving the cities in northern areas and moving back to the Sun Belt, often to cities their parents and grandparents fled decades ago. Plus, more minorities are moving into suburbs, desegregating historically white areas.