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USC Education Student Filed a Title IX Complaint Because Another Student’s Answer Offended Her

The group had been asked to consider how to increase "the number of women of color who receive prenatal care ... students involved in the group work, and all first-year students in the school of educa... read more

Young Voters Usually Sit Out Midterms But 2018 Could Be Different

“So their vote really will matter more in this election than probably any election that they’ll ever vote in – and that there’s no path to flipping the House and holding Donald Trump accountable ... h... read more

AP FACT CHECK: Trump's skewed picture of border perils

Toyota is building a new factory in Alabama with Mazda, and Volvo opened a plant in South Carolina last year, but in each case, that was in the works before Trump took ... often receive more in benefi... read more

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Judge places gag order on Roger Stone after Instagram post

Stone was arrested last month and has remained free ... the 2018 midterm elections to Democrats. Political opinion columnist Victor Joecks goes over what Republicans need to do to win their next elect... read more

Self-help author Marianne Williamson wants to be your healer in chief

You might think the unbalance caused by the 2016 election is more plausibly righted by an equal and opposite reaction - an anti-Trump - than a traditional ... A college student asks about free tuition ... read more

The Unbelievable Hypocrisy of Free-Speech Conservatives

Where were the “free speech” crusaders three months ago, when a PEN America report documented more than ... voter suppression laws. Trump obliged this campaign by claiming falsely that millions voted ... read more

Speeches, speculation and snowstorms: Here's the weekly roundup on the potential 2020 field

He made me believe more in myself more than ... Iowa and South Carolina during his first weekend on the campaign trail as a declared presidential candidate. In Iowa, the New Jersey senator continued t... read more

Billionaires strike back as Democrats embrace higher taxes, economic populism

Ilhan Omar (D-Minn.). “The reality is we cannot make progress on the greatest challenges of our time — whether climate change, student debt or health-care ... urged more bipartisanship. A key componen... read more

The Most Powerful New Voting Bloc in America Doesn’t Vote

There’s just one problem: They don’t vote. In the 2014 midterms, a miserable 12 percent of eligible 18-to-21-year-old college and university students participated in the election ... opts in to the st... read more

Court Sets Aside USC Student's Expulsion for Alleged Rape

From Tuesday's California Court of Appeal decision in Doe v. USC, one of several recent California appellate cases reaffirming student due process rights (which, under California law, apply in some me... read more

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