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The thaw in relations between the US and Cuba under President Barack Obama has led many universities in both countries to seek new academic partnerships, and this has continued despite the more hostile climate created by the Trump administration.
When former Director of National Intelligence James Clapper questioned President Donald Trump's "fitness to be in this office" after the President's wild speech in Phoenix Tuesday night, it was likely only a matter of time before the President aimed his Twitter ire at the retired general.
Germany has banned a far-left internet portal accused of inciting violence and rallying activists who rioted during last month's G20 summit in Hamburg.
Imagine it. You wake up in the morning and your robot housekeeper makes your bed, cooks breakfast and cleans the floors.
As Charlotte School of Law officially announces it will shut down, the Department of Education sets out potential options for former students. Those who withdrew from the troubled program before the spring will face a tougher path to discharging federal student loans.
She went shopping. With her five kids, four of them girls. Two answers started to appear — "go local" and "no new stuff."
UC Irvine, under fire for rescinding nearly 500 admission offers, announced Wednesday that it would readmit all students who maintained good senior-year grades but whose acceptances were revoked because of alleged paperwork problems, such as missing deadlines to submit transcripts.
Let’s face it. We live in an incredibly divided world.
A university in South China's Guangzhou city recently decided to remove its mixed-gender dorm arrangement, but not all students have welcomed the move.