Supreme Court Considers a Raucous Party and an Endangered Frog

The Supreme Court ruled that the police were entitled to arrest partygoers in a vacant house and will hear the case of the dusky gopher frog.

For Trump, a Glittering Gala Ends a Winter Vacation Rooted in Routine

On New Year’s Eve, Mar-a-Lago hosted its annual gala, an opulent but customary occasion for a president who spent his winter vacation reveling in the comforts of familiarity.

Clampdown on University of Michigan Fraternities After Reports of Sexual Misconduct and Alcohol Abuse

The suspension of parties and pledging activities at most of the school’s fraternities was the latest effort at major universities to curtail the excesses of Greek life.

Florida State Halts Fraternity Activities After Student’s Death

The university’s president said the suspension, which affects all 55 fraternities and sororities, would stay in place until students committed to a “new normal.”