George Washington University President Steven Knapp announced the decision in a statement, saying the degree has become a cause for stress among students and alumni who were themselves the victims of sexual assault.
A group of legislators that convened after the death of Freddie Gray in police custody last year is expected to release recommendations for lawmakers to pick up during the upcoming General Assembly session.
World leaders condemn a North Korean nuclear test but doubt it was a hydrogen bomb. A feud between Saudi Arabia and Iran escalates. And France marks the one-year anniversary of the Charlie Hebdo attack. A panel of journalists joins Diane for analysis of the week's top international news stories.
The mayor sat down for an interview with WAMU 88.5's Kojo Nnamdi Monday to discuss her administration's approach to crime, the FreshPAC set up to support her efforts and D.C.'s lowering unemployment rate.
As the second season of "Orange Is The New Black" premiers on Netflix, the woman that inspired the series, Piper Kerman, joins Diane to talk about her experience behind bars and her work on prison reform.
The two largest school systems in the U.S. received terror threats this week, leading Los Angeles to keep nearly 700,000 students home. Diane and guests discuss assessing threats against our schools, and how to keep children safe without disrupting learning.
Kojo finds out where the government stands in its effort to notify the 21 million federal employees whose personal data was stolen in a massive cyber breach, and learns how the Office of Personnel Management is addressing its future cyber security,
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