Once Secret, Harvard’s Admissions Process Is Unveiled in Federal Court
A lawsuit accusing one of the country’s most selective universities of discriminating against Asian-Americans is providing a glimpse into how admissions officers decide “yea” or “nay.”
U.S. set to expand religious exemptions to birth control coverage
The rules would probably expand religious and moral exemptions for covering birth control in employer health insurance plans, a move that critics say would limit women’s access to contraception.
Trump appointee tapped days ago to run Interior Department’s watchdog office resigns amid controversy
'Guardrails' needed on social media to combat election meddling in U.S.: Senator Warner
The indictment on Friday of a Russian woman on charges of attempting to meddle in U.S. elections shows the need for "guardrails" on social media, the top Democrat on the U.S. Senate Intelligence Committee said.
DOJ charges Russian woman for U.S. political interference
A Russian woman who was working for a Russian oligarch-funded project intended to conduct "information warfare against the United States" was charged Friday by the Justice Department, reports CBS News . She is the first person to be charged in relation to interference in the 2018 elections. The woman, Elena Alekseevna Khusyaynova, allegedly spread content online that sought to fan the flames of...
GOP Rep. Steve Scalise insists Trump was just joking about assault of a reporter, says Democrats are the real villains
GOP Rep. Jason Lewis mocks sexual harassment accusers in resurfaced audio: 'How traumatizing was it?'
After planning to step away from A Quiet Place, John Krasinski has announced he's writing the sequel
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