A federal judge has ruled that administrators at a small evangelical Christian college in Oregon illegally discriminated against a former professor when they fired her because she got pregnant out of wedlock and then refused an ultimatum to either marry her boyfriend or leave him.
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The 14-year-old student who became famous after he dazzled President Barack Obama with his homemade marshmallow cannon is now a 20-year-old adult battling schizophrenia.
This week's married high school biology teacher busted for allegedly traumatizing a 17-year-old male student with some unspecified gob of sexual contact is Sarah Madden Fowlkes.
Preet Bharara, the former U.S. Attorney for the Southern District of New York who was fired earlier this month by President Donald Trump, is joining the faculty of the New York University School of Law as a distinguished scholar in residence.
A former University of Colorado Law School student has alleged that Supreme Court nominee Neil Gorsuch once informed a class full of law students that "many" women try to milk maternity benefits out of their employers and that law firms would be wise to ask prospective female employees if they plan to get pregnant anytime soon.
A student at a fancypants, $64,940-per-year college pleaded not guilty on Friday morning to charges that she kicked --- and stepped on --- a basketball player and threw another player to the ground. The attacking student was angry because she had decided that one of the players --- a white woman with braided hair --- had committed "cultural appropriation," police say.
Eighty percent of kids in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma between the ages of 6 and 12 can't tell time on a standard, round, analog clock.
West Virginia's Department of Education has rescinded a statewide embargo which has prevented kids from bringing cupcakes and other sweets for various classroom celebrations.
An evangelical Christian university in Minnesota is encouraging its professors to stop using words with masculine connotations --- such as "man" and "mankind" --- because those words aren't sufficiently "inclusive."
Emerson College, a fancypants school dedicated solely to communication and performing arts, has officially deemed the word "homosexual" to be offensive.
A group of families of the 2,996 people massacred in the Sept. 11, 2001 attacks is urging President Donald Trump to stand firm on his promise to support a new law that allows American citizens to sue foreign governments for deaths and other losses related to terrorist acts if the foreign governments financed those attacks.
A professor at America's premier college for deaf students has now proposed that curing deafness is a form of "cultural genocide" because deaf people who can hear would stop using sign language.
State legislators in California are contemplating a new law which, if passed, would allow public school teachers to avoid paying any state income tax whatsoever.
In recent months, America's various hardcore white supremacist organizations have engaged in considerable outreach efforts on college and university campuses to convince students to join their fringe cause.
Officials in a taxpayer-funded California school district have scuttled an annual father-daughter dance -- as well as annual mother-son hike -- because a handful of parents complained that the event is not sufficiently "inclusive."
A twentysomething female high school teacher who pleaded guilty earlier this year for having massive amounts of sex with a 17-year-old male student has now cashed in on her notoriety by turning to a career in pornography.
A 29-year-old female high school teacher in Texas who was busted for having a slew of sex with two different 17-year-old male students has been sentenced to 10 years of probation.
The art gallery at taxpayer-funded Lamar University in the southeast corner of Texas hosted an art installation last week consisting of a retro-style, stand-up-cabinet video game which offers players the opportunity to play as an illegal immigrant illegally sneaking across the border separating the United States and Mexico.