LinkedIn post by employee of Harvard Management Company infuriates many -- and is removed. But is it a sign of the times that people are saying auctions might be fairer than current system?
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A White House whistleblower has told Congress that dozens of rejected security clearance applications were overturned by the Trump administration.
Mayors from cities across the United States are stepping up and committing to broad and inspirational action to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and decarbonize local energy systems.
They have installed solar power systems at their homes and have reduced their reliance on plastic. Some eschew cars and use alternative methods of transportation with smaller carbon footprints
Librarians welcome new European rules on copyright, which also secures right for researchers to mine text and data
Artificial intelligence, or AI, is quickly becoming commonplace in computers and consumer electronics.
A bill that would enable 18-year-old students to conceal carry just passed the Kansas House of Representatives.
Activists in Chad are demanding that the government restore access to social media after it was cut off a year ago.
The heady mix of plastic waste, global damage and national interest already has sparked two sparring matches, and another is set to begin.
Tufts University recently expelled a student for allegedly hacking grades, but did the university make the right call?