Indiana Gov. Mike Pence has been under fire for the ‘religious freedom’ law he signed, which critics say is discriminatory – especially against gay people. Now, Gov. Pence says he wants to legislatively ‘clarify the intent’ of the law.
Friday was the deadline for Hillary Clinton to respond to a congressional subpoena for emails and documents related to the terrorist attack in Benghazi, Libya. She provided nothing since her email server had been wiped clean.
The University of Oklahoma report on Sigma Alpha Epsilon details the origin of a racist chant taught to new members. University President David Boren says the matter cannot be closed ‘until the culture at the national level has been addressed.’
Despite an outcry from businesses and organizations, Indiana Gov. Mike Pence signed the 'Religious Freedom Restoration Act,' which critics say discriminates against gay Hoosiers and those visiting the state.
An attack on TSA officers in New Orleans was stopped by an armed deputy sheriff. Such attacks, as well as increasing incidents of passengers bringing firearms into airports, raise questions about whether at least some TSA officers should be armed.
Mounting revelations about offensive fraternity behavior – including suspensions at Penn State and North Carolina State this week – have generated a debate over their place in a society that increasingly values diversity, respect, and inclusiveness.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention came under fire last year after a series of safety lapses at CDC facilities involving Ebola, anthrax, and bird flu. A report detailing inadequate lab safety procedures has prompted improvements at CDC.
Polls show Hillary Rodham Clinton doing better than any other potential presidential candidate – Democrat or Republican. But she’s hit a serious rough patch with her e-mail controversy, and some observers see other reasons she might not run.
One seemingly simple number – 3.14 – has been essential to geometric calculations involving circles dating back to Archimedes. It’s celebrated this day – 3/14 – as Pi Day with that common circular dessert.
Sigma Alpha Epsilon was founded by southerners who fought for the Confederacy. In addition to the racist video at the University of Oklahoma, there have been racist incidents at other fraternity chapters.