The Nashville-based university is giving back the United Daughters of the Confederacy a $1.2 million donation, too.
Some young men were lured by an alcohol-drinking recruiter. Others ordered 'Islam for Dummies' from Amazon before going to Syria.
The complaint accuses the Obama administration of turning public institutions "into laboratories for a massive social experiment."
There have never been so many out-as-LGBT athletes at the Olympics, and the percentage growth in just 8 years has been staggering.
The good news: scientists have singled out the genes that are thought to be behind addiction. The bad: there's almost 1,000 of them.
Simulated juries filled with participants who watched slowed-down surveillance footage of a store clerk being shot were four times more likely to unanimously convict the assailant of murder than the fake juries that watched the images at regular speed.
A controversial new law that allows people to carry concealed handguns into most buildings on public college campuses took effect on Monday in Texas.
As many as 16 people are still missing after torrential rains turned the streets of a Baltimore suburb into a maze of raging rivers over the weekend.
Sedentary lifestyles worldwide cost a total of $67.5 billion, 40 percent of which in the USA, according to a study that also fingers Type 2 diabetes as the biggest problem.
People in the US used to be among the world's tallest, but now they aren't even in the top 30. The world record belongs to two small European countries.
While the mass shooting prompted calls for tighter gun laws, it has also led to a push for gay people to considering arming themselves for protection.
Pavel Sheremet, a Kremlin critic, is among dozens of journalists who have died in politically-motivated killings in Ukraine and Russia over the last decade.
Pride parades all over the US featured signs of solidarity for the 49 victims of the recent mass shooting at Pulse nightclub in Orlando.
A rare and unexpected tornado blew across China's eastern Jiangsu province on Thursday afternoon, flattening entire villages and killing nearly 100 people.
The video, which led to the suspension of one officer, renewed outrage over police misconduct after a slew of previous officer-involved incidents in the city.
"The punishment for homosexuality is upon God and he will decide on them not humans," said Seddique Mir Mateen, father of Orlando gunman Omar Mateen.