Hundreds of San Francisco high school students have been told a big stressful test they took to get into college won’t count.
The stress level for college-bound students at Amador Valley High School has kicked up another notch after dozens of advanced placement test scores were tossed out because seats were placed too close together during the exams.
The College Board and Educational Testing Service has invalidated more than 200 Advanced Placement tests at a Millbrae high school due to “seating irregularities.”
A U.S. State Department employee faces charges that he looked up the passport applications of more than 100 celebrities in the government records system…
You have to hand it to Charlie Sheen: The people want to hear the violent torpedo of truth and he’s going to give to us in San Francisco…
Adrien Brody Sues Makers Of Thriller Film, Seeking Halt To U.S. Release LOS ANGELES (AP) – Adrien Brody has sued the makers of a thriller film for more than $2 million, claiming he hasn’t been […]