Anti-affirmative action group sues West Point over considering race in admissions

  (NPR) : Students for Fair Admission, the conservative group that won a Supreme Court ban on affirmative action programs, is suing West Point to eliminate all racial considerations in the academy's admissions. ..

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So, What Exactly Is A False Rape Allegation?

Closeup of young Asian female psychotherapist discussing a problem and touch hand young depressed sit on couch at clinic. Medical insurance, Mental health concept.TW: rape, sexual assault, sexual abuse When claims of sexual abuse

Best Banks and Credit Unions in Florida for October 2023

The best banks in Florida are easy to open regardless of where you live in the state. They may also have high interest rates or a variety or options.

My parents gave me extra homework in school and every summer. It was the worst, but now I'm grateful for it.

When Insider's reporter was a kid in school, her parents gave her additional assignments, from writing short stories to persuasive essays.

Supreme Court takes on Texas, Florida laws targeting social media companies

The US Supreme Court agreed to decide the legality of Republican-backed state laws in Texas and Florida that put constrain on social media companies.

The Mancunian Way: Death-defying fried eggs

Who knew the PM was such a bantersaurus rex? AND ‘A gift to grow up in this city that has been shaped by waves of immigration’

Model 'so hot she makes men cry' flaunts killer curves in silk lingerie set

Sara Allaby poured her sexy curves in a series of hot snaps on Instagram where she boasts 1.1million followers. The blonde bombshell wore a silk set from Avid.Love

Best Credit Unions of October 2023

The best credit unions should be easy to join and federally insured. Our top picks may also offer high interest rates, ATM refunds, or many branches.

Michael Gambon: an unshowy actor of enormous range and charm

Britain has lost one of its greatest actors in the Irish-born star who found fame in Dennis Potter’s groundbreaking TV drama The Singing Detective.

Will the winter fuel payment be scrapped? Why allowance could be cut for most pensioners to secure triple lock

The Government is grappling with how to fund what will be an expected 8.5% increase to the state pension next year under the triple lock

Roy Hodgson confirms it's 'not good news' on Dean Henderson's thigh injury with the Crystal Palace goalkeeper set for spell on sidelines after limping off on Eagles debut

Crystal Palace goalkeeper Dean Henderson appears set for another spell on the sidelines, with manager Roy Hodgson admitting initial scans on a thigh injury 'didn't look like good news'.

DC Metro train derails near Reagan National Airport

The Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority announced it temporarily suspended Metrorail service on the blue and yellow lines between two stations following a train derailment.

Only 'credulous' Sean Hannity could make GOP's first impeachment hearing look good: analysis

House Republicans' first impeachment inquiry hearing was widely panned by critics, including fromsome diehard supporters of former President Donald Trump . However, Washington Post political analyst Philip Bump noticed there was

Kimora Lee Simmons discusses daughter Aoki's online row with father Russell Simmons and declares: 'We're not going to have it' - as star claims she's a single mother to all her children

Kimora Lee Simmons has defended her daughter Aoki, 21, three months after sharing a disturbing video of her crying youngest daughter being berated by her father Russell Simmons.

D.C., Va. men killed in Wednesday night shooting in Northeast Washington

Nathaniel Limes of Richmond and James Cooper of Northeast D.C. were fatally shot; three others were injured.

Hochul declares state of emergency as flash floods soak New York

Gov. Kathy Hochul (D-NY) declared a state of emergency after torrential rains caused flash flooding across swathes of New York.

UK to launch new health programme to combat child malnutrition in Timor-Leste

Minister for the Indo-Pacific, Anne-Marie Trevelyan, will visit Timor-Leste 29 Sept-2 Oct to launch a UK-UNICEF programme combating child malnutrition.

McCarthy recalls bipartisan work with Feinstein, addresses impending government shutdown

House Speaker Kevin McCarthy addressed reporters about Sen. Dianne Feinstein's death Friday before speaking about the impending government shutdown. CBS News chief White House correspondent Nancy Cordes had more on both subjects

Reo Hatate signs new long-term Celtic deal as Brendan Rodgers lifts lid on 'great discussions'

Celtic midfielder Reo Hatate has signed a new five-year deal that will tie him to the club until 2028.

York Food Festival 2023: Iain Wilkinson, York Kitchen Farm

The Press is talking to some of the stars of this year's York Food Festival, which runs until Sunday, October 1. Today Rory Buccheri speaks with chef Iain Wilkinson, of Yolk Kitchen Farm

See ya later, alligator: Emotional support reptile denied entry into Phillies game

Alligators. They are not just for Florida and the Southeastern United States anymore. A fan attending a baseball game in Philadelphia at Citizens Bank Park tried to bring an alligator to the game as an “emotional support animal.”

How much do Costco's gold bars cost? What investors should know now

Costco is currently selling two different types of 1-ounce bars to its members. Here's what they're selling for.

Angels' Ohtani finishes with top-selling jersey

Shohei Ohtani's soaring popularity was even more evident when it came to jersey sales as he led MLB this season.

Electronic Arts kicks off rebranded football video game with strong demand

Robust pre-release sales of ‘EA Sports FC’ marks end of 30-year Fifa franchise

Cham-paper? Bottles of £48 champagne are replaced with laminated pictures (and still kept in the fridge) in Sainsbury's bid to stop shoplifters

A Sainsbury's store in Warlingham, Surrey advised shoppers: 'If you'd like to purchase any of these Moët Champagnes, please go to customer service.'

Top U.S. military officer steps down after tumultuous term

General Mark Milley stepped down on Friday after a tumultuous term as the top US military officer that saw him face repeated crises abroad and on the home front, where he served through the chaotic final months of the Trump

Intel opens new plant in Kildare after multibillion-euro investment

Taoiseach Leo Varadkar said the chip-making company is ‘part of Ireland’s economic success story’

Runner climbs tree to escape cows in Overton near York

A MAN was forced to climb a tree to flee a herd of cows in Overton near York.

We live in a pretty seaside town...but it smells of rotting waste: Locals in tourist hotspot can't open their windows and 'fall ill' as mystery odour blights the area

The persistent smell has affected residents in parts of Brightlingsea in Essex for the last two years, particularly during the summer months.

'Serious concerns' raised about train ticket office closures months ago by watchdog

London Travelwatch, one of two bodies scrutinising the proposals, branded what was proposed at the time 'unacceptable' with issues including difficulties for disabled passengers

United Airlines Pilots to Get Pay Raise of as Much as 40%

The Air Line Pilots Association union said the new contract approved by pilots adds $10.2 billion in wage increases, benefits and other improvements. 

Horse Wynd Edinburgh: Woman dies 3 days after collision with cyclist outside Scottish Parliament

A woman has died three days after a collision involving a cyclist in Scotland. 

Sen. Dianne Feinstein's legislative record as longest-serving woman in Senate history

Sen. Dianne Feinstein, who died Thursday at 90 years old, is being remembered as a trailblazer and effective legislator. Republican strategist Leslie Sanchez and Democratic strategist Joel Payne joined CBS News to discuss her record

Judge orders arrest of mother who dodged prosecution over child missing school

The woman had been summonsed by Tusla, the Child and Family Agency, to face prosecution at Dublin District Court for breaking the Education (Welfare) Act by not complying with official warnings about school attendance.

Ben Chilwell: Chelsea defender set for spell on sidelines with 'bad' hamstring injury

Chelsea defender Ben Chilwell has suffered a "bad" hamstring injury with no timescale put on his return, says Blues boss Mauricio Pochettino.