U.S. delays part of move against for-profit schools

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – For-profit colleges have gained more time to influence new regulations that could threaten their students’ ability to get financial aid, a critical part of the sector’s business model.

"The Social Network" opens in NY to buzz, controversy

NEW YORK (Reuters) – Billed as an exhilarating, visceral tale about the founding of Facebook, “The Social Network” gave the opening of the New York Film Festival on Friday an aura of anticipation and a touch of controversy.

FBI searches Midwest homes

MINNEAPOLIS (Reuters) – FBI agents searched eight homes in Chicago and Minnesota on Friday as part of an investigation the law enforcement agency said related to “the material support of terrorism.”

Obama slams Ahmadinejad for "hateful" 9/11 remarks

NEW YORK (Reuters) – President Barack Obama on Friday condemned as hateful and inexcusable suggestions by Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad that the U.S. government may have been behind the September 11, 2001, attacks.