An all-boys Catholic high school in New York state has gone digital.
Archbishop Stepinac High School got rid of nearly all its printed textbooks and is having students use tablets and laptops instead. Textbooks are stored online, allowing all students access to all books, no matter what grade they are in.
Republican congressional hopeful Richard Tisei has raised more in campaign donations than Democratic U.S. Rep. John Tierney during the most recent fundraising quarter.
The University of New Hampshire says its business school students have saved more than $70,000 through a new digital textbook program.