The president "directed me to threaten his high school, his colleges and the College Board to never release his grades or SAT score,” Cohen said.
After decades in storage, the Apple IIe and its floppy disks still work.
Pizza Rat, eat your heart out.
With the news from two major studies released last month that one in five homeless youth has been trafficked, it is now clear
Anyone with an internet connection is familiar with the trope of the supposedly “fragile,” liberal college student. These
The movement of the World Health Organization (WHO) to declassify transgender identity as a mental disorder is simultaneously a step forward in affirming the personhood of gender minority individuals, and a step backward in diagnoses that adequately reflect their health needs.
With over 15 years of strategic business development experience and thought leadership in entrepreneurship, Nicola oversees strategic and operational leadership at the Center.
Growing up in Syria, Jandali studied at the Arab Institute of Music in Damascus, one of the world's most prestigious centers
This week Intel announced new job benefit policies that include tripling their adoption assistance program, and quadrupling their fertility coverage, noting, "family is family -- no matter what it looks like."
A report released on October 15 is a major step in President Obama's commitment to expand the number of states enacting "Leelah's Law," which would ban the use of conversion therapy to change the sexual orientation or gender identity of lesbian, gay and transgender children and youth.
"By his own admission, Mr. Cosby’s sexual exploitation of women was premeditated and ongoing. Equally appalling is his longtime strategy of denigrating the reputations of women who accused him of such actions."
After the release of the Senate Intelligence Committee's report on CIA torture in December 2014, seven Fordham professors formed Fordham Against Torture, an ad-hoc committee that petitioned the university president to revoke CIA Director John Brennan's honorary degree.
ALBANY, N.Y. (AP) -- A graduate student has sued Fordham University, seeking $5 million in damages and saying the college