Affirmative Action

Inside the Justice Department’s Case Against Yale

Dispute over Ivy League discrimination will continue no matter who wins this November

The Justice Department's decision to threaten Yale University with a lawsuit over allegedly discriminatory admissions practices has raised questions about timing and politics, but those connected to the probe say they had little choice but to proceed when they did.

Equal Treatment Under the Law

Activist Ward Connerly sees end of affirmative action on the horizon

Ward Connerly says the Supreme Court’s upcoming ruling in Fisher v. University of Texas may help kill racial preferences once and for all.