Police in St. Louis, Missouri grabbed a community college professor and then tackled him and arrested him at a board of trustees meeting because, the professor says, he wanted to tell the board about a "culture of intimidation."
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The mediocre private liberal arts college that President Barack Obama attended from 1979 to 1981 -- before wisely transferring to Columbia University as a junior --- has canceled the rest of its current football season due to a shortage of players.
Two prominent staffers on Arizona Republican Kelli Ward's primary campaign against sitting Sen. Jeff Flake have officially issued an apology to everyone in the state for helping to legitimize Ward as a serious political candidate.
American taxpayers spent nearly a quarter of a million dollars paying for radical Marxist Spenser Rapone to receive a world-class education and officer training at the United States Military Academy.
A large group of students walked out of their public high school on Monday to protest a teacher who told a student that he should "speak American."
President Donald Trump will not be able to remove the United States from the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) without congressional approval, according to some legal commentators.
A recently-released research study sheds light on the values of white working-class voters in the United States and the reasons these voters strongly supported Donald Trump in the 2016 presidential election.
Representatives from the University of Missouri and the University of Kansas are organizing an exhibition game between the men's basketball teams at the two schools.
Washington, D.C. has the highest rate of reported sexually transmitted diseases among teenagers in the United States -- and it's not even close.
The University of Southern California has rejected a $5 million donation from Harvey Weinstein in response to allegations that Weinstein sexually abused scores of women for decades.
Officials with the Obama Foundation will circumvent onerous federal standards by creating an online archive for the forthcoming Barack Obama Presidential Center instead of a traditional paper archive.
Charging elk have gored two women in the last two weeks in St. Louis County, Missouri because the women have tried to get really close to the elk to take selfies.
American atheist groups released statements suggesting that they are hopelessly confused after the Trump administration announced a birth control exemption for employee health insurance plans in cases when employers have sincere religious or moral objections to birth control.
Officials at Michigan State University investigated and released strongly worded statements earlier this week because a female student claimed to find a noose on the handle of a stairwell door in a residence hall.
The president of the taxpayer-funded University of Michigan, Mark Schlissel, wrote in an email that he found it "ironic" when students who supported Donald Trump felt "marginalized and ostracized" on campus after the 2016 presidential election. A few months earlier, Schlissel wrote in another email that he "would feel awful if Trump won the election" and seemed to suggest that he wanted to use his taxpayer-funded job to defeat Trump.
Police in Hollywood, Florida have arrested one of two men allegedly responsible for the violent and brutal death of a third man after an episode of group sex gone horribly wrong as Hurricane Irma approached.
A Harvard University professor described the National Rifle Association a "domestic terrorist organization" during morning prayers at the school's Memorial Church on Tuesday. He also said that "Congress must act" to pass gun control laws in the wake of the deadly shooting in Las Vegas this weekend.
A poll released Wednesday suggests that Americans disapprove of the way President Donald Trump has handled the disaster relief effort in hurricane-ravaged Puerto Rico.
A professor at Loyola Marymount University has penned an essay celebrating "violent or destructive demonstrations" because they effectively "draw the attention of the wider public."