Should students who conspire to "shut down" an invited speaker with whom they disagree be prosecuted for the misdemeanor of conspiracy to disturb a meeting? That is the question roiling the University of California.
As legislators in Connecticut grapple with a bill that would abolish the death penalty in the state, murder victims ' families are speaking loudly about their opposition to Connecticut's capital punishment system.
Imagine that you're running late to school. You hear the late bell ring just as you're approaching campus, but you're met by a squad of police officers, who detain you and give you a daytime curfew ticket.