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The Network for Public Education, a nonprofit education advocacy group co-founded by historian Diane Ravitch, is calling for a national "opt out" of high-stakes standardized testing, urging parents across the country to refuse to allow their children to participate in this spring's testing.

Updated at 12:57 PM

Q: Hello Greg! I am an old Ď51 Mercury customized flat-head man and sure remember those wonderful cars from the 1950s and then also from the 1960s. The pictures in your recent columns have brought back many good memories.

Updated at 12:51 PM

Donald Trump tweeted out a bizarre fake movie trailer for his campaign on Monday.

Updated at 12:42 PM

April is National Humor Month. It was founded by humorist and author Larry Wilde, Director of the Carmel Institute of Humor in Carmel, California. Its purpose is to promote the value of humor in improving health and enriching the quality of life.

Updated at 12:38 PM

Nate Beeler cartoon on Ohio Stadiumís $42 million renovation plan.

Updated at 12:35 PM

Math students set to prove their skills at Modern Maturity Center

Updated at 12:34 PM

Celebrities, politicians, world leaders and more caught red-handed in Panama Papers leak

Posted at 12:30 PM

Buffets are one of America's favorite ways to get together and chow down. So, here is the top buffets from across the nation.

Updated at 12:29 PM

It has taken me how many years, and how many Subarus, to zero in on exactly why Millennials like these cars so much ó at least the smaller ones, such as the Impreza and the WRX, the Forester and this Crosstrek. Sure, theyíre very affordable and...

Posted at 12:00 PM

As we all know personally, there is no shame in an occasional makeover. A new hairdo, new clothes or even a nip and tuck keep us in better shape, so why shouldn't our houses deserve the same care and attention?

Updated at 11:45 AM

Donald R. Caldwell, 30, of the 1400 block of McKee Road in Dover, was arrested on March 30 by Delaware State Police for threatening an elderly person, said Harrington police spokesman Capt. Earl K. Brode.

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