"Lolita's story reminded me of my own," says African-American actress and singer Robbyne Kaamil.
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Records of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere millions of years ago support current predictions on climate change, say scientists.
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A student loan guaranty agency finalized its purchase of roughly half of the for-profit Corinthian Colleges chain this week.
Cal State San Bernardino’s Palm Desert campus footprint will more than triple in size with a 113-acre land transfer deal between the college and city leaders.
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Today, many governments simultaneously subsidize fossil fuels and clean energy.
Once upon a time, a high school diploma was more than enough to get a good-paying job.
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Nicholas Stewart, the Western Illinois University (WIU) student who was suspended from his editing duties last month for selling a campus-disturbance video to news outlets...