Another oil rig caught fire in the Gulf of Mexico early this month.
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Imagine making 40% less than your male colleagues. They're doing the same job as you, with the same or lesser qualifications.
With an estimated $4 trillion (£2.7tn) of foreign reserves stashed away in various sovereign wealth funds, China has plenty of cash to splash.
Current events in California are drawing attention to the current and projected gap between water supply and demand projections.
Community colleges are learning that getting the authorization to offer four-year degrees doesn't mean the struggle is over.
Despite the fact that they don't play football, basketball or soccer, Sergio da Silva and Armindo Goncalves were hotly recruited by Joliet Junior College.
On eBay and elsewhere on the Internet, illegal wildlife and wildlife parts — from elephant ivory to tiger skins to monkey and crocodile skulls are being sold.
The University of Wisconsin-Madison will eliminate about 400 positions, most of them vacant ...
As Britain prepares to commemorate the 200th anniversary of the Battle of Waterloo, a survey shows that many Britons know little about the fight and associate the name with an ABBA song or a London railway station.
Let's face it, almost all automobile crashes are caused by human error.