Deans Steve Coll and Sheila Coronel disagreed with Rolling Stone Publisher Jann Wenner's claim that the purported victim bears blame.
"Defeat the Washington machine. Unleash the American dream."
"Rolling Stone's repudiation of the main narrative in 'A Rape on Campus' is a story of journalistic failure that was avoidable."
The New Jersey Democrat sats his 14-count corruption indictment is politically motivated.
One of President Obama's most vocal Democratic critics has been indicted on charges of using his power and influence improperly.
Arkansas governor Asa Hutchinson will not sign his state's RFRA bill without changes.
An explanation of the controversial "Religious Freedom" measure, as well as discrimination.
The mayor of Indiana's told city employees to disregard the state's new religious freedom law, which critics say discriminates against LGBT people.
Rules students' rights were not violated when they were sent home during a Cinco de Mayo celebration.
More than 100 firefighters were on the scene after an explosion caused a building to partially collapse in New York City's East Village neighborhood.
A new video released today depicts two "extremely intoxicated" Secret Service agents driving their SUV into a barricade at an active crime scene near the White House on March 4.
"A Rape on Campus" began to unravel soon after it was published on Nov. 19, 2014 in "Rolling Stone." Now, police say there's no evidence to support the account of a brutal gang rape contained in the story.
Clinton's use of a private email server for state business may have damaged her 2016 prospects somewhat.
Health workers have confirmed one case of tuberculosis among those who tested positive for infection.
Police and university officials are investigating Penn State's Kappa Delta Rho fraternity over two Facebook groups created by fraternity members that had pictures of naked women apparently taken without their consent.
Apple Pay may be more vulnerable to fraud than credit cards, but neither Apple nor Wall Street banks want to claim responsibility.
A marketing stunt designed to promote a new film has some Austin Tinder users swiping right—on a robot.
Police arrested and charged 20-year-old Jeffrey Williams with assault in the first degree for the shooting of two police officers.
Robert Durst, subject of HBO documentary "The Jinx," is arrested in New Orleans on a first-degree murder charge one day before the last episode is set to air.
The pope told a Mexican journalist he expects his papacy to be "four or five years," leaving open the possibility he may retire rather than serve until his death.
The White House is reconsidering its plan to prohibit a popular brand of rifle bullets after it came under fire from lawmakers and others.
The officers are expected to survive their injuries, St. Louis county police chief Jon Belmar said Thursday morning.
Hundreds sledded down Capitol Hill Thursday in defiance of a post-9/11 ban, but police seemed content to let the 'protesters' have their fun.