Sep 11, 2015
Colorado Rep. Jared Polis advocated for allowing colleges to use an even lower standard than before.Proceed to the page: http://linkis.com/Hzrii
Forget preponderance of evidence—Rep. Jared Polis (D-Colorado) wonders why campus rape adjudicators don’t use an even lower standard of proof and expel students in cases where there is only a 20 percent chance that they are guilty. Polis made this...
A bill in Congress would give law enforcement a more prominent role in campus sexual-assault allegations, and attempt to improve adjudication on campus as well
As the start of the school year nears, the charged issue of sexual assault on campus is back on Capitol Hill. A recent U.S. Senate education committee hearing focused on the need for colleges to take...
An advocate writes that colleges aren't doing enough and more legislation is needed to help better protect students from sexual assault on campus
An expert on student affairs argues that colleges have already been working hard to prevent and adjudicate sexual assaults on campus, without state mandates.
She partied with Nancy Pelosi, traveled on Air Force one next to President Obama, and cast her superdelegate vote for Hillary Clinton. But today Corrine Brown is in federal court for stealing scholarship money from school children.
For several days, Democrats and their supporters in the press have demanded that presidential debate moderator Lester Holt factcheck Donald Trump in Monday night's showdown at Hofstra University. Those demands turned to pleading Sunday when Hillary Clinton's campaign manager, Robby Mook, appearing...
President Trump is expected to take executive action Tuesday morning to approve the Keystone XL and Dakota Access pipeline projects, the Washington Examiner has learned.
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WASHINGTON (AP) — President-elect Donald Trump has selected former Indiana Sen. Dan Coats to lead the Office of the Director of National Intelligence, a role that would thrust him