A former student who was ostracized by her professors for making anti-gay remarks in a critique she wrote for a film class can proceed with her First Amendment lawsuit against the University of New Mexico.

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A former scientist for Sandia Corp. who was arrested for misusing U.S. government resources pled guilty on Monday to making a false statement and unlawfully transporting government property from the U.S. to China, according to a plea agreement filed in New Mexico federal court.

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Citing mounting evidence of fraud, misrepresentation and stonewalling, the U.S. Trustee's Office wants to remove Doug Vaughan from his personal bankruptcy case and independently sell off his assets to repay some of the more than $97 million he owes to more than 600 creditors.

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A student claims the University of New Mexico illegally booted her from a film class for using the words "perverse attraction to the same sex" and "barren womb" in an assigned critique of a lesbian film, which the professor did not even deign to read through.

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