Some Western companies see China's upcoming crackdown on imported waste as an opportunity to upgrade their operations and use more recyclables in their own manufacturing, but challenges abound.
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Amazon has started selling Google's Chromecast devices two years after it originally removed them from its store.
New public opinion data suggest that despite significant concerns about prices, most Americans (and many Republicans) believe a postsecondary education is essential.
Previous efforts to restore former coal mine sites in Appalachia have left behind vast swaths of unproductive land.
Anthony Rodriguez recalled sitting in a remedial math class at Grossmont College in El Cajon bored out of his mind.
A leading scholar has called for the creation of a Committee for the Protection of Shakespeare’s Text.
The term "net neutrality" was first deployed 15 years ago, and is commonly used to refer to the idea that all internet traffic should be treated equally.
Students who relocated to Massachusetts from Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands because of Hurricane Maria will be immediately eligible to pay lower in-state public higher education tuition rates under a proposal unanimously approved ...
In recent months, thousands of groups across the United States — including cities, states, companies, tribes and nongovernmental organizations — have launched initiatives in support of the Paris Agreement.
Professors typically refrain from talking about their now-notable former students publicly, but some feel moved to do so in the public interest, good or bad.