Constitution

Harvard on SCOTUS Decision Overturning Race-Based Admissions: ‘We will Comply’ but Ruling ‘Does Not Change Our Values’

Harvard University released a statement and a video address shortly after the Supreme Court delivered a ruling dashing the school’s race-based admissions process on Thursday, saying that while the school “will comply” with the decision, it does not change their belief that race should be considered in the admissions process.

Harvard University President-elect Claudine Gay arrives on stage during the 372nd Commencement at Harvard University. (Photo by Craig F. Walker/The Boston Globe via Getty Images)

Nayib Bukele Confirms Unconstitutional Reelection Run

El Salvador’s ruling New Ideas (NI) Party confirmed on Monday that President Nayib Bukele registered his candidacy for the upcoming 2024 presidential election despite the nation’s constitution explicitly forbidding a current president from seeking reelection.

Salvadoran President Nayib Bukele gestures while speaking during a public appearance to set the first stone for the new Rosales Hospital in the Salvadoran capital. (Photo by Camilo Freedman/SOPA Images/LightRocket via Getty Images)