Can the U.S. go after a student loan defaulter's Social Security benefits? The justices will decide.
Supreme Court will decide long-running dispute over campus access for military recruiters.
Appeals court says university must pay -- if it wants to change controversial name of a dormitory.
A federal court ruling about Nebraska's ban on gay marriage may end up helping professors in the state win insurance for domestic partners.
A federal appeals court on Monday breathed new life into a long-running legal battle between two competing student loan companies.
The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit overturned a lower court jury's 2003 ruling siding with Sallie Mae in a lawsuit brought by College Loan Corporation.
Georgia Supreme Court rules that a college's board didn't have the right to sever ties to a religious group.
For 2d time in a month, a state court undercuts religious college's move toward more independence.
Preliminary admissions data suggest climbing black and Hispanic enrollments after changes wrought by Supreme Court ruling.
Justices decline to hear appeal of lawsuit challenging Education Department's policy on equity in sports.
A federal judge has dismissed a journalism professor's lawsuit charging that administrators at Kansas State University fired him as adviser of the Kansas State Collegian because they were unhappy with the student newspaper's content.
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