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Student who sued military over HIV policy settles case

Federal courts have ruled that HIV is not disqualifying for those already serving, but HIV is among the health conditions that disqualify a person from enlisting in the first place, the Boston-based Lawyers for Civil Rights said.

Lawsuit takes aim at Biden student loan forgiveness plan

The Biden administration’s student debt plan would offer up to $10,000 in loan forgiveness for holders of federal student loans and up to $20,000 for Pell Grant recipients.

Missouri Baptist school

STOCKTON, Mo. — Missouri is suing to shut down a Baptist Church-affiliated boarding school in Cedar County after the state’s Department of Social Services found multiple teachers have abused and neglected students, including slamming students into doors and onto the ground and handcuffing them for days or weeks at a time.

Women now outnumber men in college-educated US workforce

The shift in representation in the U.S. workforce comes four decades after the number of U.S. women earning bachelor's degrees surpassed their male counterparts.

Kentucky man who shot classmates in ’97 imprisoned for life

Missy Jenkins Smith, who had considered Carneal a friend before she was paralyzed by one of his bullets, said she couldn't sleep Sunday night because she was so anxious for the decision.

Tom Brady’s TB12 Method is in schools. Experts have doubts.

Some of Tom Brady's guidance has faced skepticism. He famously attributed his propensity not to sunburn to his high water intake in his book.