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10th Circuit tosses sorority sisters’ appeal in challenge to Kappa Kappa Gamma’s first transgender member

Six sorority sisters sued Kappa Kappa Gamma leadership after the organization admitted its first transgender woman to the University of Wyoming chapter in 2022.

Federal judge tosses Biden administration’s Title IX guidance aimed at protecting LGBTQ+ students

The judge ruled the Department of Education unlawfully issued guidance saying Title IX prohibits discrimination based on sexual orientation and gender identity.

Linguist and activist Noam Chomsky hospitalized in his wife’s native country of Brazil after stroke

Chomsky has frequently challenged U.S. policy on everything from the Middle East to Central America.

Virginia NAACP sues school board that voted to restore Confederate names 

The complaint outlines long history of Shenandoah County’s operation of a dual school system and its opposition to integration as part of the Massive Resistance movement.

Iowa asks federal appeals court to lift injunction on LGBTQ books ban

Questions from the panel of judges suggested Iowa may prevail in its argument that the statute is not unconstitutional on its face.

Chinese police say a suspect is in custody in the stabbing of 4 US college instructors

The attack happened as both Beijing and Washington are seeking to expand people-to-people exchanges to help bolster relations.

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