Judges Toss NAACP’s Claims of Gerrymandering in Georgia

A three-member panel of federal judges dismissed allegations of voting-rights violations brought by the Georgia chapter of the NAACP, finding the group did not prove that a state law allowing for the redistricting of two key districts discriminates against minority voters.

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Student Says Texas A&M Has Double Standard in Sex-Assault Cases

A Texas A&M University student claims the school suspended him over a female student’s bogus sexual-assault claims and finished its investigation without letting him defend himself, as he was hospitalized with depression from the ordeal.

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