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Can the president put someone in jail?

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We take a somewhat pointed look at the call Donald Trump made for a special prosecutor in the debate earlier this evening.

Texas district elects school board members at-large

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Should we divide school districts like we divide states for Congressional representatives? Or would that promote the same kind of gerrymandering?

7-year-old Mo. student cried, was handcuffed

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A 7-year-old boy, allegedly handcuffed by a police officer in a Kansas City elementary school for crying, is suing the school district.

Free speech in flags & T-shirts

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Two cases involving student speech: one with a Black Lives Matter T-shirt, the other with an American flag at a football game.

Maybe a Fla. dist. took pledge opt-out too far

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Ah, Florida. Parents now have to be reminded, as if they didn't already know, that their kids don't have to recite the Pledge of Allegiance.

Transgender bathroom access on hold legally

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The US Supreme Court issued a stay, temporarily blocking enforcement of guidance from the Obama administration on transgender bathroom access.

Supreme Court upholds race-conscious admissions

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In a somewhat surprising decision, the Supreme Court upheld race-conscious admissions decisions at the Univ. of Texas.

Militant cowboys take over federal land in Ore.

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An armed insurrection into a federal building on a bird sanctuary in Oregon has closed several schools for an entire week. So far.

Approaches to racism & associated discrimination

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We follow up on an essay that suggests all white people are racist, just like all men are sexist. Consider the scientific experiments, though.

Parents walk out over Santa field trip

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A Christmas tradition at an elementary school in Calif., visiting Santa, was cancelled after a Jewish parent objected to the field trip.