Trouble remains following failed for-profit schools' revival

EDITOR'S NOTE _ First in an occasional series examining for-profit colleges.

WASHINGTON (AP) — When one of the country's largest for-profit college companies failed in 2014, the Education Department faced a choice. It could shut down Corinthian Colleges Inc., incurring a $1 billion loss to taxpayers and sending students scrambling, or it could find someone to take the school off its hands.

  • Written by JEFF HORWITZ, Associated Press

Trump's new normal: campaign rallies where chaos is expected

CLEVELAND (AP) — Hundreds of police officers, Secret Service agents and private security guards in cars, on foot and on horseback blanketed the area around Donald Trump's campaign rally Saturday afternoon. Dozens of protesters would soon be ejected from the event.

  • Written by THOMAS BEAUMONT, Associated Press JILL COLVIN, Associated Press

Germanwings crash: New rules needed for pilot health issues

LE BOURGET, France (AP) — Aviation agencies around the world should draw up new rules requiring medical workers to warn authorities when a pilot's mental health could threaten public safety, French investigators recommended Sunday after a yearlong probe into the Germanwings plane crash.

  • Written by ANGELA CHARLTON, Associated Press GEIR MOULSON, Associated Press