Learn 79 vocabulary words from today's Daily Reader with 3 articles: whether rap lyrics should be considered evidence in a murder trial, how cold cases are really solved, and the mysterious disappearance of a Malaysian plane.
1. Your Rap Lyrics Can Be Held Against You in a Court of Law
Mother Jones, 3/10/2014
SAT/ACT Vocabulary Word Count: 41
The Supreme Court in New Jersey is set to decide whether rap lyrics written by a defendant can be used to show "motive and intent" for murder. Read more and learn vocabulary words like antipathy, ascribe, imbued, negated, pathology, and reprehensible.