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The debate over affirmative action in college admissions has taken a new twist: The Justice Department is seeking lawyers for investigations and possible lawsuits against universities to prohibit what they deem is “intentional race-based discrimination.” Last year, the Supreme Court ruled in a University of Texas case that school officials can consider race in making admissions […]

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See what you remember — and don't — about these two heavenly bodies.

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Some are using it as a learning opportunity while others are closing for safety reasons.

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A top 10 list of advice for parents who will one day embark on college visits with their children -- even if you haven't had kids yet.

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She's done more than you might think.

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Many charter schools in New York State are likely to soon be allowed to certify their own teachers.

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The Justice Department now wants to sue universities that supposedly discriminate against whites in admissions.

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Illinois governor vetoes a bill that would have fixed the state's problems.

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Christian Broadcasting Network reports on who leads it and who attends.

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Q & A with an astronomer about what she does and why next month's solar eclipse is such a big deal to her field.

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