Trump to order colleges to back free speech or lose funding

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President Trump will sign an executive order on Thursday requiring U.S. colleges to certify that they protect free speech on their campuses or risk losing federal research funding, White House officials said.

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'I had one class left': Argosy closure forces students to make tough decisions

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Following the school's abrupt closing, more than a dozen colleges in Minnesota say they are working with Argosy students who need to find a way to continue their education. But some students were pursuing degrees in fields so specific, that there might not be any local transfer options for their programs.

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Stories from the Road with Brandi Carlile & Meschiya Lake

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with Brandi Carlile & Meschiya Lake

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Justice Brett Kavanaugh may be key to freeing Curtis Flowers

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At oral arguments, questions from the Supreme Court's newest justice — and a possible swing vote — seemed to side with the Mississippi death row inmate's claim that he was the victim of racial discrimination in jury selection.

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How might the Supreme Court rule in Flowers v. Mississippi?

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A discussion with Supreme Court observer Dan Epps.

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S2 E12: Before the Court

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We resume Season Two with the U.S. Supreme Court weighing Curtis Flowers' case. In the first of four new episodes, we preview oral arguments — set for Wednesday, March 20 — and delve into the allegations at the heart of the appeal: that Doug Evans tried to keep African-Americans off the jury in Curtis' sixth trial.

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The fuzzy math in the state's case

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In a brief to the Supreme Court, the Mississippi Attorney General's office offers a misleading argument.

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Can college admissions be equitable?

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Wealthy parents allegedly pulled strings and paid bribes to get their kids into college, but college admissions have been unfair for a long time. How do we change it?

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For Curtis Flowers, a question of race

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An APM Reports analysis finds prosecutors asked African-Americans three times more questions than whites in jury selection.

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Survey: Should public higher ed be free? And is 4-year college degree worth the cost?

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A new survey shows people are open to the rather radical idea of free college. It also asked 1,003 adults nationwide whether they believed a four-year college degree was worth the cost or not.

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Knowing How and When to Fight

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In this hour, five stories of picking our battles. The internal and external pressures that guide how we speak up, speak out, or stay silent. Hosted by The Moth's Artistic Director Catherine Burns. The Moth Radio Hour is produced by The Moth and Jay Allison of Atlantic Public Media.

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The five jury strikes that could decide Curtis Flowers' fate

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Inside the 2010 jury selection at the heart of the Supreme Court case.

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Students file lawsuit against colleges in bribery scandal

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Two college students have filed a lawsuit against the University of Southern California, Yale University and other colleges where prosecutors say parents paid bribes to ensure their children's admission.

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The Supreme Court cases that could free Curtis Flowers

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The outcome of Flowers v. Mississippi may hinge on how justices interpret a few key precedents designed to bring more fairness and equality to jury selection.

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Coaches and parents in college scheme find jobs in danger

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At least nine athletic coaches and 33 parents were among those charged. Some parents spent hundreds of thousands of dollars, as much as $6.5 million, to guarantee their children's admission, officials said.

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