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Mahatma Gandhi, social reformer and independence movement leader
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Prosecutors filed felony charges against Oklahoma's top public education official, saying she raised money illegally while challenging the incumbent superintendent in the 2014 Republican primary and coordinated attack ads against her in violation of state law.
After finding sexually explicit 'scouting reports' of female soccer recruits, Harvard athletic director cancels the men's soccer team season
Mayor Muriel E. Bowser was expected to name the new chancellor in October, but the timeline was pushed back after concern from the community.
Education Department investigators find numerous violations of federal campus safety law.