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Men or women, who has it easier in the U.S. A new poll has the answers. (Image from Associated Press)

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President George W. Bush and his wife, Laura, participate in a Victory 2004 rally at Alamogordo High School in New Mexico on Oct. 24, 2004. (The Washington Times)

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Wanted: The Best

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Melissa Manchester. (Dave Kapp)

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Illustration on Mitch McConnell by Alexander Hunter/The Washington Times

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Boyden Elementary School in Walpole, Massachusetts, is reportedly scrapping its annual Halloween costume parade this year in favor of "Black and Orange" spirit day in an effort to make the Oct. 31 holiday more inclusive for all students. (WBZ)

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Teaching the Birds and Bees at School Illustration by Greg Groesch/The Washington Times

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"Depriving any student of higher education opportunities should not be done lightly, or out of fear of losing state or federal funding," California Gov. Jerry Brown said in vetoing a bill to codify into state law federal sexual assault guidance on campuses. (Associated Press)

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Dozens of students at Cliffside Park High School in north New Jersey walked out of classes Monday morning to protest a video showing a teacher apparently scolding Spanish-speaking students. (PIX 11)

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Hillcrest Elementary School in Waukesha, Wisconsin, is banning children from wearing Halloween costumes during their annual fall parade on Oct. 31, instead instituting "Hat Day" so that all children of different religious and economic backgrounds can participate. (WTMJ)

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University Snowflake Illustration by Greg Groesch/The Washington Times

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Las Positas College in Livermore, California, was placed on lockdown this week after a reported rifle on campus turned out to be a large, blue and orange Nerf gun. (CBS SF)

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Maryland government leaders and University of Maryland officials hold a banner bearing the $219,486,000 investment announced by the A. James Clark Foundation in a ceremony on Oct. 4, 2017 at the school's College Park campus. (Laura Kelly/The Washington Times)

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Religion symbols (SPONSORED)

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Illustration on protecting freedom of thought and speech on college campuses by Linas Garsys/The Washington Times

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Lt. Gen. Jay Silveria, the superintendent of the United States Air Force Academy, gave a stern warning to cadets and cadet candidates on Thursday after racial slurs were discovered at the Preparatory School. (YouTube/@USAFAOfficial)

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D.C. high school students take photos in front of a "Sex is..." campaign as part of the Department of Health's initiative to promote safe sex and open conversation about pregnancy, STDs and HIV/AIDS. (By Laura Kelly/The Washington Times)

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An unidentified student at the University of California, Riverside is caught on film stealing a man's "Make America Great Again" hat and telling school officials that "f-ing freedom of speech is genocide." The video was sent to the educational watchdog Campus Reform on Sept. 28, 2017. (Image: YouTube, Campus Reform)