The University of California is being sued for requiring incoming students to take the SAT and ACT test as part of their admissions process. The lawsuit claims the tests violate California's civil rights laws by discriminating against disabled, low-income and underrepresented minority students. Scheper Kim & Harris attorney Gregory Ellis, who represents students and organizations suing the university, and Reason.com associate editor Robby Soave weigh in on the lawsuit and if the SAT and ACT should be removed from college admissions overall.
The story of Richard Jewell captured the world's attention when the security guard spotted a suspicious bag at Atlanta's Centennial Olympic Park in 1996. The bag had a live bomb that detonated minutes later. Jewell quickly fell from hero to the FBI's main suspect. Former Wall Street Journal editor Kevin Salwen and former US Attorney for the Northern District of Georgia Kent Alexander are the authors of The Suspect: An Olympic Bombing, the FBI, the Media, and Richard Jewell, the Man Caught in the Middle. They discuss how the public's intense need to find the bomber shaped the narrative and why Richard Jewell's life was unjustly ruined forever.
Plus, commentary by FOX News Contributor Gianno Cladwell.