Marketing officials for the Georgetown lacrosse team are hosting a Cargo Shorts Are Over Party before their April 29 game.
Here are the basic facts you need to know to understand Trinity Lutheran Church of Columbia, Inc. v. Comer.
More than 60 people plan to protest after what they say was "substantial confusion" after Sunday's shooting.
The first lady, press secretary and attorney general all read children's books to an audience at the Easter Egg Roll.
The university said it wanted to stay out of politics, but law professor Michele Dauber called the debate a free-speech issue.
Sunday is the 10-year anniversary of the Virginia Tech massacre that left 27 students, five staffers and the gunman dead.
Former teacher and student have been missing since March 13.
Between summer 2011 and 2012, the lawsuit claims, there were more than 300 "instances of seclusion" on 120 students, many of whom had emotional behavioral disorders.
The "snowflake" insult is a way to mock politically correct millennials—who, in theory, are especially sensitive because they were raised to think they're special.
Pro-LGBT rights organizations sent the report to Education Secretary Betsy DeVos this week.
Eight-year-old Jonathan Martinez died from gunshot wounds hours after a murder-suicide in his special needs classroom.
New York just approved a free tuition program for residents. It's not the first, and it (probably) won't be the last.
Live ammo wouldn't be permitted under a bill that would authorize education officials to create a "comprehensive firearm education course" for high school students.