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Students at the University of Mississippi gather signatures for the reinstatement of Dan Jones, the university’s chancellor, who was ousted by the state’s board of trustees for higher education in March 2015. (Photo: Kayleigh Skinner/The...
A House committee voted to subpoena Department of Veterans Affairs personnel as part of an expanding probe that explores how veteran disability and pension claims have been handled. Photo by Karen Gleier/Getty Images WASHINGTON — A House committee...
Photographer Chloe Aftel’s project “Genderqueer” highlights the self-expression of people in the genderqueer community. A project by photographer Chloe Aftel aims to give greater visibility to the diversity of gender beyond “male”...
Washington, DC (April 30, 2015) — The PBS NewsHour has welcomed Nsikan Akpan as a reporter/producer for NewsHour’s robust science coverage. Akpan is an accomplished science journalist whose work regularly appears in Scientific American, Science...
Members of the community hold hands in front of police officers in riot gear outside a recently looted and burned CVS store in Baltimore, Maryland on April 28, 2015. Photo by Jim Bourg/Reuters Scenes of rioting in Baltimore have saturated television...
Following a series of accidents involving trains that hauled oil and flammable materials, a group of U.S. senators from six states have proposed that oil companies pay the government a fee for using trains to carry such materials. Photo by Flickr...