CHARLESTON, S.C. (AP) — The Latest on The Citadel disciplining 14 cadets after photographs surfaced on social media of seven freshmen with pillowcases similar to KKK garb on their heads (all times local):
Citadel president retired Gen. John Rosa says he is setting up a task force to study and make recommendations about the campus climate for minority students, enhancing the curriculum to promote greater understanding of people from various...
COLUMBIA, Mo. (AP) — The latest on an assistant University of Missouri professor being charged with misdemeanor assault in connection with a run-in with student journalists during campus protests (all times local):
Some Republicans in the state Senate continue to criticize the University of Missouri for not firing an assistant professor who confronted journalists during campus protests last November.
RAVENNA, Ohio (AP) — A former small-town Ohio police chief who developed an outsize Facebook following for blunt, humorous commentary about the criminals he calls "mopes" has been convicted of four misdemeanors.
A Portage County judge on Monday told former Brimfield Township chief David Oliver he's become a mope himself.
Oliver was visibly reluctant as he pleaded no contest to counts including attempted theft in office and simple assault involving a...
WASHINGTON (AP) — A report confirms that fewer people than expected are purchasing health insurance under President Barack Obama's health care law.
The Congressional Budget Office study released on Monday says that 13 million people are likely to purchase policies through the Affordable Care Act, down about 8 million from estimates early last year. That's based on updated enrollment figures through last month.
FLAGSTAFF, Ariz. (AP) — A Denver man has logged the fastest Grand Canyon river trip on record, paddling his kayak down the Colorado River in 34 hours and two minutes.
Tom Martin, secretary of the Grand Canyon Historical Society, says Ben Orkin reached the end of his 277-mile journey Sunday. Orkin beat a record set last week and the previous one set by non-motorized boat in 1983.
The unofficial records kept among river rafters started with Maj. John...