The Brearley School, a nearly $50,000 a year prestigious private girls' school on Manhattan's Upper East Side in New York, announced Monday that every applicant who considers themselves female are now welcome to apply and current students who no longer identify as female will be allowed to remain.
Nine Indiana abortion doctors and every abortion clinic in the state has been accused of breaking the law by failing to report abortions performed on girls younger than 16, some of whom were as young as 12.
A black Democrat Christian strategist says that the party's donor class' push for secular progressivism is "out of tune" with the views of many black Christians in the Democratic Party, and recounted the pushback he personally received when he urged the party to be more welcoming to biblical values.
A controversial Muslim professor at the University of Connecticut retired this past year after students complained that he required them to say an Arabic phrase and remove their shoes before entering his office.
A teaching hospital of Harvard Medical School will take down portraits of prestigious white male doctors that adorn a venerable amphitheater and scatter them throughout the grounds in a new diversity and inclusion effort.
The Jesuit Georgetown University Law Center library has removed content from its website that encouraged students to donate their time and energy to far-left groups that include America's largest abortion business and some of the nation's leading LGBT activist law firms.
A federal district court has permanently halted enforcement of the 2011 HHS birth control mandate, which requires employers to provide health insurance coverage for contraception and drugs that could induce an abortion, against two Christian colleges in Iowa.
The U.S. Department of Justice challenged the University of Michigan's Statement of Student Rights and Responsibilities code Monday and declared it unconstitutional for limiting the free speech of students, some of whom say they were abused for wearing red "Make America Great Again" hats and supporting President Donald Trump.
A federal judge has ruled that a prison in the state of Washington must provide meals to four Muslim prisoners at night so that they can abide by the required Islamic tradition of fasting from sunrise to sunset during the holy month of Ramadan.