A prominent Chinese human rights lawyer has been detained while walking his child to school, his family says.
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A French university has set up a panel to explore the ethical implications of research into new technologies such as artificial intelligence.
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Louisiana’s higher education leaders are ramping up pressure on state lawmakers, seeking a decision on taxes soon to avert months of financial uncertainty and a last-minute debate before a massive budget shortfall hits.
North Korea-linked hackers targeted cryptocurrency investors and exchanges just as bitcoin started to soar to record highs, according to a new report.
Democracy is becoming collateral damage in a world where global risks have been ignored or exacerbated by those with the power to act.
A new "text bomb" affecting Apple's iPhone and Mac computers has been discovered.
The Grand Rapids School Board passed a resolution Tuesday, Jan. 16, to apply to the Michigan Department of Treasury to become a Promise Zone to offer students free college tuition.
A pair of signs containing racial epithets appeared outside the University of South Carolina's African American Studies department Tuesday morning, setting off a firestorm of complaints to the university and prompting an internal investigation.
England’s new higher education regulator has been asked to explain how it will curb high pay at for-profit universities after it emerged that the director of a private institution was paid almost £1.6 million in a single year.