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  • What to Watch Tonight: Criminal Minds' Season 10 Premiere (With BAU Newbie Jennifer Love Hewitt!), The Bridge's Season Finale, and, If You Must, Stalker

    What to Watch Tonight: Criminal Minds' Season 10 Premiere (With BAU Newbie Jennifer Love Hewitt!), The Bridge's Season Finale, and, If You Must, StalkerWhat to watch on Wednesday, October 1... 8pm, ABC The Middle In order to afford a top-flight college education for Sue, Frankie and Mike hunt for second jobs in "The Loneliest Locker." Meanwhile, Axl scavenges items from the Heck homestead to furnish his new digs, Brick rediscovers a box of old (and irritating) toys, and Sue and Brad shepherd the school's senior play. 8pm, NBC The Mysteries of Laura Old memories spark a renewed connection when Laura's latest murder case leads her and Jake to the site of their first date in "The Mystery of the Biker Bar." At home, a babysitter with a criminal record proves a worthy nemesis for the twins. 8:30pm, ABC The Goldbergs When Adam's dreams of landing the lead role in the school musical are dashed, Beverly casts him in a rival show. Elsewhere in "Mama Drama," Murray's insistence on leaving sporting events early to beat the traffic robs him and Barry of a memorable moment. SEASON 10 PREMIERE, 9pm, CBS Criminal Minds "X" marks the start of the tenth season with the BAU team investigating murders in Bakersfield, CA, that render victims unidentifiable. New addition Jennifer Love Hewitt keeps insisting she can just ask their ghosts who they were, but nobody's quite sure what she's talking about. 9pm, NBC Law & Order: SVU A pro basketball star who's just signed a high-profile branding deal is accused of multiple rapes in "American Disgrace." As the case unfolds, it sends Rollins to her old precinct in Atlanta, where she reckons with her past. 9pm, Fox Red Band Society A visitor from Jordi's past raises hell at the hospital, while Dr. McAndrews unwittingly betrays a patient's trust in "Liar, Liar Pants on Fire." And yes, I agree there should be one more comma in that title, but hey, nobody at Fox consults me about these things. 9pm, ABC Modern Family Jay and Gloria can't decide whether to go simple or extravagant for their upcoming anniversary, while Mitch, Cam, and Lily pose for a new family portrait. Meanwhile in "Do Not Push," Phil, Luke, and Haley are roped into a psych experiment when the family joins Alex on a tour of Caltech. 9:30pm, ABC Black-ish "The Talk" finds Dre educating Andre Jr. on the birds and the bees. But that proves to be a mistake when the lad begins peppering him with nonstop questions about sex. SERIES PREMIERE, 10pm, CBS Stalker Dylan McDermott and Maggie Q star in the latest lurid, misogynistic excrescence thriller from Kevin Williamson. They're L.A. cops who specialize in stalking cases. Thus endeth the last time I will devote a moment's thought to Stalker until the season finale, assuming that isn't forestalled by a merciful early cancellation. SEASON 2 FINALE, 10pm, FX The Bridge Marco faces a test of loyalty, Sonya ties up loose ends, and Eleanor strives for closure in "Jubilex," which I'm pretty sure was also the name of Jubilee's evil alter ego at some point during the X-Men "Age of Apocalypse" saga. 10pm, ABC Nashville Rayna redoubles her publicity push after Will's debut album tops the charts in "How Far Down Can I Go." Meanwhile, Juliette readies for a critical audition against familiar competition, a rebellious Maddie proves a handful for Deacon, and Zoey's ire is raised when Scarlett collaborates with Gunnar on a new song. 10pm, FXX The League Kevin and Jenny acquire a new amenity in "The Hot Tub." In other pursuits, Taco is in the market for a new house, and surely only the toniest North Shore domicile will suffice. 10pm, TNT Franklin & Bash The fellas help a friend land a spot in an age-restricted retirement community in "Falcon's Nest," while Karp and Anita work on behalf of a scientist at risk of losing a key grant. 10pm, NBC Chicago P.D. Voight, Ruzek, Antonio, and Halstead are on the case when Voight's friend falls prey to an apparent serial killer in "Get My Cigarettes." Meanwhile, Desk Sgt. Pratt helps Burgess and Roman investigate a string of home invasions. 10pm, Comedy Central South Park Always punching in a squarely upward direction, the town takes on food allergies in "Gluten Free Ebola." 10:30pm, Comedy Central Key & Peele A parole officer and his puppet friend connect with a parolee, a soldier returns to his family, and a man refuses to let his neck brace interfere with his partying. LATE-NITE: – Nick Offerman, Jerrod Carmichael, and Pete Correale on Conan, 11pm, TBS – Lena Dunham on The Daily Show with Jon Stewart, 11pm, Comedy Central – Former Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Mike Mullen on The Colbert Report, 11:30pm, Comedy Central – Jennifer Garner, John Mulaney, and Lady Antebellum on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon, 11:35pm, NBC – Bill O'Reilly and Cristin Milioti on Late Show with David Letterman, 11:35pm, CBS – Tim Allen, Anna Gunn, and The Madden Brothers on Jimmy Kimmel Live, 11:35pm, ABC – Neil Patrick Harris, Rita Wilson, and The Both on Late Night with Seth Meyers, 12:35am, NBC – Patton Oswalt and Chandra Wilson on The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson, 12:37am, CBS WHAT ARE YOU WATCHING TONIGHT?


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  • Colorado student protests spread to a middle school
    DENVER (Reuters) - Protests against a proposed curriculum change that saw hundreds of high school students walk out of class in a Colorado district spread to a middle school on Tuesday. Several dozen students staged a demonstration outside the Carmody Middle School in the Jefferson County School District and chanted slogans including "Don't censor history," local TV news footage showed. Last week hundreds of students walked out of nearly all the district's 17 high schools to protest the curriculum change proposal, which is being floated by a school board with a conservative majority. ...More

  • 10 Public Colleges With the Cheapest Out-of-State Tuition and Fees
    The U.S. News Short List, separate from our overall rankings, is a regular series that magnifies individual data points in hopes of providing students and parents a way to find which undergraduate or graduate programs excel or have room to grow in specific areas. Be sure to explore The Short List: College and The Short List: Grad School to find data that matter to you in your college or grad school search.More

  • How I Got to College: Eric Tims
    This past spring, U.S. News visited La Jolla High School in the San Diego Unified School District to ask several seniors who had recently gone through the college application process and were then weighing their options for lessons learned along the way -- and their best tips for high school students just getting started.More

  • How I Got to College: Hallie Bodenstab
    This past spring, U.S. News visited La Jolla High School in the San Diego Unified School District to ask several seniors who had recently gone through the college application process and were then weighing their options for lessons learned along the way -- and their best tips for high school students just getting started.More

  • How I Got to College: Colleen Mellinger
    This past spring, U.S. News visited La Jolla High School in the San Diego Unified School District to ask several seniors who had recently gone through the college application process and were then weighing their options for lessons learned along the way -- and their best tips for high school students just getting started.More

  • How I Got to College: Luis Galvan
    This past spring, U.S. News visited La Jolla High School in the San Diego Unified School District to ask several seniors who had recently gone through the college application process and were then weighing their options for lessons learned along the way -- and their best tips for high school students just getting started.More

  • How I Got to College: Kurt Rustin
    This past spring, U.S. News visited La Jolla High School in the San Diego Unified School District to ask several seniors who had recently gone through the college application process and were then weighing their options for lessons learned along the way -- and their best tips for high school students just getting started.More

  • How I Got to College: Emily Young
    This past spring, U.S. News visited La Jolla High School in the San Diego Unified School District to ask several seniors who had recently gone through the college application process and were then weighing their options for lessons learned along the way -- and their best tips for high school students just getting started.More

  • How I Got to College: Trevor Menders
    This past spring, U.S. News visited La Jolla High School in the San Diego Unified School District to ask several seniors who had recently gone through the college application process and were then weighing their options for lessons learned along the way -- and their best tips for high school students just getting started.More

  • How I Got to College: Josephine Camacho
    This past spring, U.S. News visited La Jolla High School in the San Diego Unified School District to ask several seniors who had recently gone through the college application process and were then weighing their options for lessons learned along the way -- and their best tips for high school students just getting started.More

  • Atlanta cheating scandal moves to the courtroom
    Prosecutors on Monday outlined the case against a dozen former principals, teachers, and administrators accused of orchestrating a massive cheating conspiracy in 2009 in Atlanta public schools, as the high-profile trial got under way.More

  • Teachers shut down 2 suburban Denver high schools

    Protesting students Adriana Gonzales, right, and Andrea Colmenero march against a Jefferson County School Board proposal to emphasize patriotism and downplay civil unrest in the teaching of U.S. history, near their school, Jefferson High, in the Denver suburb of Edgewater, Monday, Sept. 29, 2014. The Jefferson County School District says classes had to be canceled at Golden and Jefferson high schools on Monday because so many teachers called in sick. (AP Photo/Brennan Linsley)GOLDEN, Colo. (AP) — Hundreds of suburban Denver high school students missed school again Monday as teachers shut down two high schools by calling in sick amid a controversy over proposed changes to an Advanced Placement history class and changes to their pay.


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  • Defense, prosecutors preview school cheating cases

    Defendant Dana Evans talks to her attorney, Robert Rubin, during the prosecution's opening statement in a case against 12 former Atlanta Public Schools educators and administrators, in Atlanta, Monday, Sept. 29, 2014 in Fulton County Superior Court. Prosecutors said 12 former Atlanta Public Schools educators and administrators cheated, lied and stole as part of a widespread but cleverly disguised conspiracy to inflate state test scores that affected thousands of students. Prosecutors have agreed to plea deals with 21 other defendants included in the initial indictment. (AP Photo/Atlanta Journal-Constitution, Kent D. Johnson, Pool)ATLANTA (AP) — Prosecutors said Monday that 12 former Atlanta Public Schools educators and administrators cheated, lied and stole as part of a widespread but cleverly disguised conspiracy to inflate state test scores that affected thousands of students. Defense attorneys countered in their opening statements that their clients were committed educators but made enemies of former colleagues who are now lying about their involvement in cheating.


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  • Police probe Miami nightclub shooting where teens, children wounded
    By Zachary Fagenson MIAMI (Reuters) - Law enforcement and community leaders on Monday struggled to understand how minors, including preteens, were among the 15 shot and wounded early Sunday morning at what police said might have been an unsanctioned nightclub. “Beyond the horrific headline, can anyone tell me what in the world were teens, as young as 11, doing in a club,” Miami-Dade County Public Schools Superintendent Alberto Carvalho tweeted. Police and fire rescue officers responded to a shooting at The Spot, in the crime-ridden Liberty City neighborhood, after 1 a.m. ...More

  • Texas' Strong tells Goodell colleges can do better

    NFL football commissioner Roger Goodell arrives at the headquarters of the National Domestic Violence hotline, Saturday, Sept. 27, 2014, in Austin, Texas. (AP Photo/Eric Gay)AUSTIN, Texas (AP) — College football programs need to do a better job of molding players into responsible adults, Texas coach Charlie Strong said Monday, a day after he visited with NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell.


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  • California community colleges to offer baccalaureate degrees
    By Sharon Bernstein SACRAMENTO Calif. (Reuters) - California's two-year colleges would be able to offer baccalaureate degrees under a law signed by Democratic Governor Jerry Brown, who also rejected extra funding for the state's strapped university systems. The law, a pilot program approved Sunday by Brown along with other education-related measures, would allow 15 community colleges to expand programs in job-related fields such as automobile mechanics and dental hygiene to four-year bachelor's degrees from two-year associate's degrees. ...More

  • New degree program for Manchester teachers
    Three University System of New Hampshire schools have developed a more affordable Master of Education program for teachers in Manchester. The new master's degree program in curriculum and instruction is ...More

  • Laguna Beach Turns 10! Series Creator Spills on "Wild Child" Lo, Sensitive Stephen and the Show's Legacy

    Laguna Beach | Photo Credits: MTVTen years ago, The Real Housewives had conquered exactly zero cities, "Speidi" had yet to enter the pop culture lexicon, and Lauren Conrad and Kristin Cavallari were just two high school students who happened to totally be crushing on the same guy (Ste-PHEN Colletti, FTW). And then Laguna Beach: The Real Orange County happened. Debuting Sept. 28, 2004, on MTV, the reality show's scripted feel, sun-soaked ... Read More > Other Links From TVGuide.com Laguna Beach: The Real Orange County The Hills Stephen Colletti Kristin Cavallari Talan Torriero Lauren Conrad Lauren 'Lo' Bosworth Liz Gateley


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  • LDS Church raises requirements for Mormon seminary
    SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints is raising the bar for high school students enrolled in seminary, adding tests and reading requirements to a program that previously just required attendance.More