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Top row L-R: Bejamin J. Corado; Quinn Kuby, Riley K. McDaniel; Jason Mulgrew. Bottom row L-R: Christian Rohrbach; Colin G. Tran; Alessandro Medina-Villanueva were all charged with unlawful hazing of a student. (Richmond Police Department)

8 Va. college students charged in hazing death

Eight college students are charged in the alcohol related death of a Virginia fraternity pledge. Authorities announced criminal hazing charges against eight Virginia Commonwealth University students on Friday in connection to the death of 19-year-old freshman Adam Oakes in February.





RICHMOND, VIRGINIA - SEPTEMBER 08: The statue of Robert E. Lee is lowered from its plinth at Robert E. Lee Memorial during its removal on September 8, 2021 in Richmond, Virginia. The statue has towered over Monument Avenue since 1890. (Photo by Amr Alfiky, National Geographic-Pool/Getty Images)

Robert E. Lee statue torn down in Richmond, Va.

Workers in Richmond, Virginia got to work tearing down a statue of Confederate Gen. Robert E. Lee that’s been standing for more than 130 years. The deconstruction began Wednesday morning after the state’s Supreme Court upheld two lower court rulings that called for the removal of the Civil War general’s statue.


FILE - In this May 18, 2021, file photo, a teacher, center, and her third grade students wear face masks and are seated at proper social distancing spacing during as she conducts her class in Rye, N.Y. In response to a push for culturally responsive teaching that gained steam following last year's police killing of George Floyd, Republican lawmakers and governors have championed legislation to limit the teaching of material that explores how race and racism influence American politics, culture and law. The measures have become law in Tennessee, Idaho and Oklahoma and bills have been introduced in over a dozen other states. (AP Photo/Mary Altaffer, File)

Critical Race Theory Infiltrates Va. Schools

Loudoun County, Virginia teacher Laura Morris recently quit out of frustration when she was forced to teach kids Critical Race Theory. One America’s Alicia Summers spoke with Terry Schilling, President of the American Principles Project, to discuss what can be done to push back against the radical theory.