Bill Gross and his wife pleaded not guilty Tuesday to charges they violated a court order to stop bothering their Southern California neighbor with excessively loud music.
A California woman facing trial in the U.S. college admissions scandal said charges against her should be thrown out because she’d be risking her life if she took the witness stand.
Harvard urged the Supreme Court to reject an effort to bar colleges from using race as a factor in admissions, saying the appeal seeks to upend four decades of legal precedent.
Former top TPG Capital LP executive Bill McGlashan’s decades of good works and social-consciousness fund raising weren’t enough to dissuade a federal judge from ordering him to prison after being caught cheating to get his son into college.
Opponents of Harvard College’s affirmative action policies asked the Supreme Court to bar colleges from using race as an admissions factor, setting up what could be a defining showdown for higher education and the court’s conservative majority.