This week's married high school teacher arrested for allegedly traumatizing at least three male students with a slew of sex -- including two of them on the very same day -- is Jessie Lorene Goline.
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The city of Chicago has approved the demolition of the house featured in the opening credits of the 1990s sitcom "Family Matters."
Hillary Clinton's political group, "Onward Together," sent out a fundraising email on Wednesday discussing Clinton's gardening activities with her granddaughter and informing supporters that Clinton's mood is "pretty concerned" but "okay."
This week's twentysomething substitute high school teacher busted for allegedly traumatizing a male teen student with sex romps at her house in a tiny Michigan town is Allyson Brittany Moran.
Administrators at a public high school in New Hampshire have banned students from using American flags as props or clothing at a forthcoming pep rally because the administrators are concerned that students will treat the flag disrespectfully.
Gay and transgender students at Columbia University are sad and angry at the entire concept of democracy because students who live in at least one dorm have voted against having a gender-neutral bathroom free-for-all in their residence hall.
The organizer of a triathlon in North Carolina called "Tri at the Trump" has canceled the event because people were mad that it was supposed to occur at a Trump National golf course.
Filthy rich actor Matt Damon continues his quest to limit school choice for regular Americans with kids trapped in public schools. Strangely, however, Damon also continues to choose not to send any of his four children to the schools he loves so much.
This week's twentysomething English teacher busted for allegedly traumatizing a male teen student with sex romps is Rachel Marie Gillespie.
Attorneys representing both the Black Law Students Association and a law professor at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill have promised to sue the taxpayer-funded school in federal court unless officials remove a century-old statue of a Confederate Civil War soldier from campus.
The taxpayer-funded professor who decided it would be a good idea to spout that he would "be ok if" U.S. Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos "was sexually assaulted" has now resigned from his teaching job -- after resigning from another job -- and also apologized profusely.
A survey released this week by University of Missouri shows that 40 percent of all students and 60 percent of all professors have strongly considered leaving the school for happier campuses with better social and professional atmospheres.
A working group composed of officials at the University of Virginia has concluded that campus police and Charlottesville police could have prevented white nationalist protesters from fomenting unrest and violence on campus by bothering to enforce existing laws.
A University of California, Berkeley police officer seized the wallet of a hot dog vendor, rifled through it and confiscated $60 in cash because, the officer alleged, the vendor did not have the proper vending permit.
Yet another American college is suffering an "unexpected" plunge in enrollment and a massive budget deficit after a series of outbursts by radical fringe protesters and professors.
A luxury car dealership in Tallahassee, Florida decided it would be a good idea to park its entire inventory in garages owned by Florida State University during Hurricane Irma after school officials offered up available spaces to all students and the general public for the duration of the storm.
In response to the U.S. Department of Education Secretary Betsy DeVos's announcement on Thursday that the federal government will stop pressuring colleges to trample on the civil rights of students accused of rape, a feminist advocacy organization has trotted out the thoroughly discredited claim that "one in four women" are "raped on campus."
On the first day of class this semester, an anthropology professor at a taxpayer-funded community college gave students a "white privilege" checklist attributing grossly stereotypical generalizations to white people. She also warned her students that she will severely punish them if they engage in "identity-based stereotypes."
A hospital in Denver, Colorado suspended five nurses because they decided it would be a good idea to open up a body bag and gaze upon a dead man's noteworthy penis.