President Donald Trump defended his son Wednesday as being "open, transparent and innocent" during his interview with Fox News and blasted the current Russia controversy as "the greatest witch hunt in political history."
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One of the biggest icebergs ever recorded has just broken away from Antarctica.
Facebook Inc , Twitter Inc , Alphabet Inc and dozens of other major technology companies protested online on Wednesday against proposed changes to U.S. net neutrality rules that prohibit broadband providers from giving or selling access to certain internet services over others.
The University of Cambridge is planning an expansion of postgraduate student numbers as the institution seeks to counter a “continuing deterioration” in financial outlook that it attributes partly to Brexit and higher education policy uncertainty.
Students are more likely to graduate from colleges that cost more and spend more than others, study finds.
This week, the Climate Group’s three-year-old RE100 initiative trumpeted a major milestone: 100 large companies officially have committed to powering their operations entirely with renewable energy.
China once called the world's factory is now becoming a hub for innovation
President Donald Trump’s regrettable decision to withdraw the United States from the historic Paris Climate Agreement was met with widespread dismay.
The state of Maryland passed a law this week banning public schools from "scholarship displacement," a practice in which schools reduce financial aid packages of students who receive scholarships from sources other than the school.
In dramatic shift, more than half of Republicans now say colleges have a negative impact on the U.S., with wealthier, older and more educated Republicans being least positive.