Kirk Cameron's story hours have parents 'waking up from the woke matrix,' he says
Actor and "As You Grow" author Kirk Cameron shared his mission to wake up parents to what their children are being taught nationwide on "The Evening Edit."
How to use a summer intern to your advantage so it’s a win-win
Interns who spend the summer with a company can bring a can-do attitude, new perspective and can ease the workload for regular employees who can boost overall performance.
AI is 'a nuclear bomb and the entire world has already got it,' Palantir ethics expert warns
Palantir civil liberties engineer John Grant likened advanced artificial intelligence to a nuclear bomb the "entire world" can now access during a panel discussion this week.
Kentucky man wins $1M lottery while filling up tank: 'I ran out of gas'
A Kentucky man has won $1 million on a lottery scratch-off ticket after making an emergency pitstop at a gas station as he noticed his tank needed to be filled.
Nebraska high school student goes off script after getting ChatGPT-written graduation speech approved
Kenny Morales, a student at Grand Island Senior High School in Nebraska, says he used AI to draft a decoy speech that was approved by officials, a report says.
Texas parents reveal charging 19-year-old daughter rent as trend receives criticism, support
People are sounding off on TikTok as parents charging their children rent has become a topic of discussion. Check out how one family navigated their adult daughter living at home.
Top money gift ideas for new college graduates suggested by financial pros
There are many different ways to give a new college graduate money as a gift. Cash is one way, but other monetary gifts can set them up for future success.
Georgia sends every 2023 high school graduate financial literacy book
Every graduating high school senior in the state of Georgia received a book on financial literacy this year as a parting gift in preparation for the real world.
Tech experts warn Snapchat’s ‘My AI' major ‘misstep’ has ‘dangers ahead’ for children
What are the implications of putting a chatbot in the youngest generations' hands? Industry leaders Joseph Raczynski and Jessica Melugin discuss concerns around Snapchat's My AI.
Virginia governor blasts teachers' union boss over lockdown history rewrite attempt: 'Can't spin' her way out
Virginia Gov. Glenn Youngkin slammed American Federation of Teachers President Randi Weingarten for her testimony on COVID school closings last week.
AI can now help direct your career path
A new AI-powered app, Audo, assesses users’ interests, abilities and experience to provide them with a personalized skill path to launch their careers and allows them to earn money.
Restart of federal student loan payments may be around the corner
People with paused federal student loan payments may have to start paying up again. It will depend on how the Supreme Court rules in a pair of cases.
Virginia school district where teacher shot by first-grader says she should only be entitled to workers’ comp
The Newport News School Board has issued a response to Virginia teacher Abigail Zwerner's $40 million lawsuit, arguing she should only be entitled to workers' compensation.
Supreme Court allows $6 billion in payments to continue in student loan relief case
The Supreme Court of the United States (SCOTUS) has declined to block a $6 billion student loan settlement involving more than 200,000 students who accused their schools of fraudulent activity. But not all borrowers qualify for relief. Here’s what you need to know.
Mike Rowe rips ‘exponentially expensive’ college costs: 'It’s bananas’
"Never in the history of Western civilization" has something become more expensive faster than the cost of a four-year college degree, according to Mike Rowe.
Colorado high school cancels classes after teacher dies of suspected bacterial meningitis
The Cherry Creek School District warned the community that Eaglecrest High School will be closed Wednesday and all activities and sports will be canceled out of an abundance of caution following the death of teacher Maddie Schmidt.
Will AI replace lawyers? Two legal experts weigh in
With the release of OpenAI's ChatGPT-4 and other powerful AI such as Bard, many lawyers are left wondering whether they’ll still have a profession in the future.
Billionaire Ken Griffin gives $300M to Harvard
Citadel founder Ken Griffin has donated another $300 million to his alma mater, Harvard University, which will rename its Graduate School of Arts and Sciences after the billionaire.
UK college student uses AI to write high-scoring essay, earns high grade: report
A student at Cardiff University in Wales, United Kingdom, said he used the artificial intelligence program ChatGPT to help write an essay, which earned him his highest grade.
Former education secretary gives young workers an attitude check: 'This will matter'
Fox News contributor Bill Bennett sounds the alarm that neither parents nor schools are teaching children the value of work, fueling socialist attitudes and less productivity.