The Sundial presents KCSN’s Evening Update for April 29th, 2015. Here are the headlines:
There are colleges that have decided to close fraternities and suspend or expel student offenders for incidents like hazing and sexual impropriety.
The US Supreme Court rules that police cannot extend an ordinary traffic stop to bring in drug sniffing dogs.
New federal guidelines extend the ban on law enforcement profiling to include prohibiting the practice based on gender, sexual orientation, or religion.
A report recommends that the retirement age to receive full Social Security benefits should be closer to 70.
The Federal Trade Commission is responding to complaints that the YouTube Kids app exposes children to too many advertisements.
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