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AFSCME 3299 has a labor dispute with the school, and Democrats don't want to be on the wrong side of unions.
A new law will require colleges to disclose whether their admissions process favors so-called "legacy" students related to donors or alumni.
Researchers at UCLA have developed a set of best practices for Hollywood leaders and gatekeepers to commit to long-term, industrywide changes.
Anti-abortion lawmakers claim it's risky, health-wise. But a new study finds more evidence that's not the case.
Typically, unions rally for a candidate. But using targeted texts and emails, the Sanders camp rallied for unions.
The UCLA athlete said she stopped using the singer's music and doing Jackson-inspired moves after "Leaving Neverland" was released.
The university said it has referred the allegations to the campus Office for the Prevention of Harassment and Discrimination.
The viral gymnast recorded a perfect score in the floor routine for the fourth time this season.
Katelyn Ohashi's jaw-dropping performance scored a perfect 10.
Gov. Jerry Brown vetoed a bill that would have made it the first state to stock the abortion pill on college campuses.
Los Angeles police said the 27-year-old fired a gun at them but did not hit any officers.
The senator-elect embraced human-friendly issues after his victory.
The Fox News host mocked the teen survivor of the Parkland school shooting for college rejections.
Police arrested three people at the speech -- and, yes, it was caught on film.
And researchers hope it could treat the condition in days.
States say earmarks unclog the wheels of government. But what about wasteful spending?
At least 15 states in the past five years have considered legalizing lane-splitting for motorcyclists, but only California has enacted legislation to do so.
SB 320 just passed the Senate, but it began with a group of UC Berkeley students.
A new report from the Anti-Defamation League found a 258 percent increase in white supremacist propaganda on college campuses between 2016 and 2017.
By Sophie Quinton   This is Part One of the State of the States 2018 series. Democratic governors, attorneys general and