Female Yale Students File Suit Alleging School Turned 'Blind Eye' To Fraternity Sexual Misconduct
Three female students filed a lawsuit against Yale University and nine off-campus fraternities this week. An attorney for the fraternities called the accusations "baseless."
Companies That Sift Through False News Online Are Creating A New 'Trust Industry'
A host of companies have emerged to combat misleading information online. Here & Now's Jeremy Hobson talks with the co-CEO of a company that rates news websites on credibility.
Despite 'El Chapo' Conviction, 'Business Looks Better Than Ever' For Cartels, Mexican Journalist Says
The conviction this week of cartel kingpin Joaquín "El Chapo" Guzmán was a sensational moment in Mexico's drug war. Yet, business continues largely as usual for Guzmán's Sinaloa cartel.
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