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Supreme Court May Consider Resentencing for D.C. Sniper, Lee Malvo

Around this time 17 years ago, John Allen Muhammad and Lee Boyd Malvo terrorized the D.C. area. Their shooting rampage, which spanned three entire weeks, took the lives of 10 people and injured 3 others. The...

Does the 1964 Civil Rights Acts Apply to LGBTQ Employees?

The 1964 Civil Rights Act forbids the termination or hiring of an employee based on race, color, religion, sex, or nationality. The one element that is being questioned is whether or not the term...

Harvard Admissions Policy Ruled Legal, But Fight For Affirmative Action Isn’t Over

On October 1, the Federal District Court concluded that Harvard University’s race-sensitive admissions policy does not discriminate against the Asian-American community. Around this time last year, the...

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