Postings on the door of Peabody Hall related to the Phi Kappa Psi gang rape allegations at the University of Virginia in Charlottesville, Va., Nov. 24, 2014.
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In Case You Missed It: 5 great stories from the week of March 16

Each week, msnbc.com collects the standout work published by our reporters in one convenient place.

Hillary Clinton’s unanswered questions on marriage equality 
by Emma Margolin

There’s never been a better time for Democratic presidential hopefuls to champion LGBT equality. Yet Hillary Clinton has left some questions unanswered.

Greek tragedy: Five fraternity suspensions in two weeks 
by Jane C. Timm

Five national fraternity chapters have been suspended and two others are being investigated in less than two weeks for bad behavior, some of it even criminal, revealing the dark sides of Greek life. 

Walker caught in conservative crossfire over aide’s departure 
by Benjy Sarlin

Scott Walker aide Liz Mair stepped down after upsetting Iowa Republicans, but her exit is prompting withering criticism of Walker from the right.

Push to restore voting rights for felons gathers momentum 
by Zachary Roth

We may not have mandatory voting any time soon. But felon disenfranchisement laws, which keep nearly 6 million Americans from the polls, are under attack.

7 things you need to know about Robert Durst 
by Aliyah Frumin

Everything you need to know about ‘The Jinx’ HBO documentary star, from the stranger-than-fiction details of his life to the campaign to convict him of murder.

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In Case You Missed It: 5 great stories from the week of March 16