TransCanada, the company behind the now-defunct Keystone XL, is proposing another pipeline that would ship Alberta tar sands oil to Canada’s Atlantic coast.
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Colombia says it has found a Spanish galleon sunk 300 years ago in the Caribbean with treasure estimated as high as $17 billion in gold, silver and gems.
Facebook has begun rolling out a new feature on its social network which allows users to stream live video.
Wang Shijie, 11, is a rising star among the nearly 3,000 students at Guangzhou Evergrande's huge soccer academy in south China.
There may be no taboo greater in Germany than to republish Adolf Hitler manifesto's, "Mein Kampf."
Genetic enhancement has been a favourite theme for science fiction writers.
The number and complexity of students' demands of administrations is going up -- and some of the items deal with issues typically left to faculty governance.
A global network of university and student sustainability associations has urged governments to acknowledge and support academic research aimed at addressing climate change.
As the world awaits an outcome from the negotiations in Paris, few businesses will be unaware of the mounting pressure on them to clean up their act on carbon.
A trio of Senate Democrats on Monday sharply rebuked outgoing Education Secretary Arne Duncan for comments in which he downplayed alleged wrongdoing committed by Education Management Corp.