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T. Rees Shapiro was an education reporter for The Washington Post. He left The Post in September 2017.
As President Carter’s director of central intelligence, he also played critical role in Iranian hostage crisis.
Forced from power after a violent uprising but returned to prominence as a militia leader in the country’s ongoing civil war.
John Hechinger delves into the turbulent history of Sigma Alpha Epsilon.
Appeals court ruling means lawsuit by three alumni of Phi Kappa Psi can proceed.
Caffeinated sodas such as Coca-Cola will be sold at Brigham Young University for the first time since the 1950s.
A police car burned, officers were injured and Georgia Tech went on lockdown for the second time since police killed a student Saturday.
The family's lawyer says police are mischaracterizing the weapon carried by Scout Schultz at the time of the shooting.
Police are investigating reports of a shooting at a Spokane area high school.
The comedian rose to prominence in the 1960s with audacious humor that was biting, subversive and topical.
People who claim ancestry from Moses J. Ezekiel want the monument he designed gone.