Actress Lori Loughlin, her husband and 14 other parents were hit with a fresh indictment today in the largest-ever U.S. college admissions scandal. Yesterday, TV star Felicity Huffman was among the 13 parents and one coach who pleaded guilty to federal charges. Prosecutors will reportedly seek shorter sentences for them. In total, 50 people were charged in the scandal.
How are universities responding? A month after Yale yanked an offer to one student with fake credentials, Stanford expelled another — suggesting schools are increasingly on guard.