All parties weigh in on law denying funds to colleges that restrict campus access to military recruiters.
North Dakota attorney general voids law dictating disproportional financial assistance for students at 4 institutions.
Yektan Turkyilmaz, detained and tried in Armenia, on his experience and its implications for other academics.
Judge gives Le Moyne broad latitude in challenge by dismissed graduate student who endorsed corporal punishment.
The Iowa Supreme Court ruled 4-3 on Friday that the University of Iowa could be sued for its role in a notorious research project, started in 1939, in which orphans were taught to stutter.
U.S. Supreme Court declines to consider challenge to admissions policy at the university's law school, 8 years after it was filed.
Supreme Court case on assisted suicide leaves professors debating when and how their scholarly society should weigh in on policy issues.
For-profit with ties to N.Y. gubernatorial candidate is barred from U.S. aid programs and faces Ky. inquiry.
Facing lawsuit over church-state separation, U.S. concludes that Alaska Christian used funds for religious purposes.
U.S. appeals court's ruling in recruiting incentives case would make individual suits against colleges easier.
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