Proposed policy memo would change the way in which international students are found to accrue "unlawful presence," a determination that could lead to them being barred from the U.S. for three to 10 years.
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London's skyline is one of the world's most famous -- from this sleek modern glamor of the Shard to St Paul's Cathedral's classic dome.
A widely used method of encrypting emails has been found to suffer from a serious vulnerability, researchers say.
After students at Texas Christian University are suspended for allegedly using the Quizlet app to cheat on their exams, professors are warned this case may be the tip of the iceberg.
New England’s groundfish season is in full swing, as hundreds of dayboat fishermen from Rhode Island to Maine take to the water in search of the region’s iconic cod and haddock.
The federal government’s first major investment in the free use of textbooks remains on track, Sen. Richard J. Durbin (D-Ill.) said Monday in a letter examining a pilot program by the Education Department.
Campaigners fear a huge increase in EU military research spending will lead to development of autonomous weapons
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At an institution that prides itself on its use of technology, one professor goes in the opposite direction -- banning all electronic devices in his classes.
Solar power is having its hockey stick moment.