The Georgia congresswoman was just suspended for a week after posting COVID-19 vaccine misinformation.
A victim’s advocate said Officer Illya Kryshchenko’s interaction with the woman was why “victims don’t go to the police.”
It’s temporarily shutting down to disinfect, and administrators will soon decide whether to resume in-person classes.
Does Twitter have special rules for President Trump? Yes, and this account just proved it.
Twitter and Instagram say they're enforcing community guidelines, not targeting an industry.
A new study examines the differences in school discipline for queer and straight students. While the study is not representative of the entire US population, it gives some new insight into the educational experience of queer girls today.
Schools are reckoning with the intertwining issues of race and bullying in an atmosphere of growing anger and mistrust.
"Targeting 'white people' who celebrate Canada Day is blatant discrimination," said complaint against Dalhousie student union vice president.
Facebook says its policies are “race-neutral.”
VICE met up with a guy who's been tattooed, pierced, and hooked more times than he can count.
This new administrative violation may mean the end of a golden era.