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CHICAGO -- Braving cold temperatures, a light drizzle and a mighty wind that was miserable even by Second City standards, about 2,000 protesters took to Chicago's glitzy Magnificent Mile shopping district on Friday afternoon to protest the 2014 shooting death of 17-year-old black teenager Laquan McDonald by a white police officer and the city's slow response to the incident.
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CHICAGO -- A tiny faction of old, white communist agitators led and helped organize Wednesday night's protest in Chicago in response to the release of a dashcam video showing a white police officer fatally shoot 17-year-old black teenager Laquan McDonald 16 times.
The toll-free customer service telephone number for Michigan's welfare payments system offers complete assistance in Arabic for welfare recipients.
Police on the campus of a taxpayer-funded university in central Michigan have arrested a man for posting a threat against black people on Yik Yak, the anonymous social media app.
A social studies teacher at a taxpayer-funded middle school in Orange County, Calif. has incensed some local parents by instructing her seventh graders to learn and sing a song all about how great Islam is.
The pampered students at America's embarrassingly expensive second-rate liberal arts colleges are now attempting their own versions of the passionate protests over poop swastikas and reported racial abuse at the University of Missouri and the alleged slurs of "You filthy white piece of shit!" at Dartmouth College. Presidents at the schools are delighted to catch the flak.
A new study from SR Education Group analyzing more than 4,000 reviews by online college students shows that online colleges lag behind traditional brick-and-mortar colleges in terms of student satisfaction --- though the happiness gap isn't as big as you might think.
This week's female high school teacher busted for allegedly having sex in a steamy car with a fully adult male student is Teika Watkins Helton.
The largest Arab American civil rights organization in the United States is alarmed because 31 state governors have said they will refuse entry to Syrian refugees in their states, and because many Americans have expressed a desire to halt Syrian refugee immigration out of terror fears.
Federal officials are still probing the kerfuffle involving Ahmed Mohamed, the Texas teenager whose curious-looking disassembled clock led to accusations he'd brought a hoax bomb to school. They have suggested mandatory re-education workshops on the topic of religious tolerance for local police officers and teachers.
In its quest for hard, riveting news in the aftermath of the Paris terror attacks, The New York Times published a jolly, nostalgic interview of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg and feminist activist Gloria Steinem this weekend.
In the wake of Friday's series of deadly terror attacks in Paris, the student government at the University of Southern California is due to take up a resolution formally asking the administration to set aside admission spots and scholarship money for refugees from war-torn Syria.
Earlier this month, the Phi Kappa Psi fraternity chapter on the campus of the University of Virginia filed a $25 million defamation lawsuit against Rolling Stone and its disgraced reporter Sabrina Rubin Erdely.
A 2014 graduate of the University of Kansas commenced a hunger strike on Friday over diversity issues. He vowed not to eat until the administration capitulates to a list of 15 demands from a radical student group called Rock Chalk Invisible Hawk.
President Barack Obama has come out in favor of the protesters at the University of Missouri who have brought down the school's two highest ranking officials and came somewhat close to costing the football team a forfeit over a poop swastika and an alleged racial slur yelled by some off-campus bumpkins in a pickup truck.
One of the hashtags employed by Twitter users to discuss Friday night's ongoing terror attacks in Paris is #FranceUnderAttack.
The student government at the University of Minnesota Twin Cities has voted down a resolution to recognize the anniversary of the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks each fall.