"The private university has a single “free speech zone,” and students must fill out paperwork and get approval before using it."...
"university said in the unsigned message that faculty and staff can get discounted memberships of $15 per month at Planet Fitness"...
“The students associated with the Basic Needs Campaign also agreed to leave the building and end their hunger strike.”...
"the act would also ensure that students may bring whomever they want to speak on campus"...
“Across the country, speech codes have been used against students of all parts of the political spectrum”...
Rene A. Boucher charged with assaulting a member of Congress resulting in personal injury...
Kentucky has become the fifth state to declare an outbreak of hepatitis A, reporting the 31 cases so far this represent a 55 percent increase over the annual averages for the past 10 years.
“From my perspective, I’m not really too concerned about what someone’s motive is. I’m just concerned that I was attacked from the back and somebody broke six of my ribs and gave me a damaged lung where at least for now I have trouble speaking and breathing and now I’ve hurt for 10 days,” the senator said after arriving back in Washington for a week of critical votes.
Hillary Clinton is the apparent winner of the Kentucky Democratic primary Tuesday night, NBC News projects. The win — which seems like it will be by the narrowest of margins, perhaps just a few thousand votes — will blunt rival Sen. Bernie Sanders primary winning streak by winning Tuesday's nominating contest in Kentucky. ...After the results came in, Sanders campaign manager Jeff Weaver said, "Essentially a tie in a state they dominated last time. And Oregon is yet to come."The press is already massaging the news, because "a few thousand votes" is a stretch. It was approximately 1800, and less than 0.5% difference.
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