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( After 2,000 Student Arrests, Some U.S. Schools Willing to Discuss Divestment
May 4th 2024, 06:29

Source: ( Google News - HealthAnti-war demonstrations ceased this week at a small number of U.S. universities after school leaders struck deals with pro-Palestinian protesters to avoid disruptions of final exams and graduation ceremonies. The agreements at schools including Brown, Northwestern, and Rutgers stand in contrast to scenes of chaos and 2,400-plus arrests on 46 campuses nationwide since April 17.


( Arkansas Will Ignore Federal Rules on Trans Students, Says Governor
May 4th 2024, 06:21

Source: ( ABC News - PoliticsArkansas Governor Sarah Huckabee Sanders declared Thursday that the state won't comply with a federal rule protecting the rights of transgender students in the nation's schools, joining other Republican-led states doing the same. Sanders signed an executive order stating that Arkansas schools will continue to restrict which bathrooms and pronouns transgender students can use—laws that could be invalidated by new regulations on how to enforce...


( AI-Driven Fighter Jet Takes U.S. Air Force's Leader for Historic Ride
May 4th 2024, 06:20

Source: ( U.S. News and World ReportWith the midday sun blazing, an experimental F-16 fighter jet launched with a familiar roar that is a hallmark of U.S. airpower. But the aerial combat that followed was unlike any other: This F-16 was controlled by artificial intelligence, not a human pilot. And riding in the front seat was Air Force Secretary Frank Kendall. AI-driven airplanes mark a major turning point in military aviation, but what does this change mean for warfare?


( Aetna to Cover Fertility Treatments for LGBTQ People Under Court Agreement
May 4th 2024, 06:20

Source: ( U.S. News and World ReportAetna will pay $2 million and update its policies to settle a lawsuit claiming the health insurer required LGBTQ beneficiaries to pay more than than heterosexual people for fertility treatments, according to a Friday court filing. Previously, heterosexual couples simply to say they had tried for 6-12 months to get pregnant before gaining fertility treatment coverage, whereas LGBTQ couples had to first pay for treatments out of pocket for up to a...


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