“By a 6 to 2 vote, the divided court concluded that neither the Constitution nor Supreme Court precedents provide authority for the courts to overturn Michigan laws that allow the voters to determine whether racial preferences may be considered in decisions such as school admissions.”
“As a former sex offense prosecutor who now sometimes represents students in college disciplinary matters, I know that sex crimes are among the most difficult of criminal cases to investigate and prosecute.”
— One reader wrote us to say that courts, not colleges, should prosecute sex crimes. Do you agree? 

He’s gay, he’s Latino, he’s undocumented. But he’s running for UNC student body president.

Why this won’t be easy: http://wapo.st/1jc6iWb