Southeastern Brazil is getting some rainfall a year after a record drought started, but not enough to eliminate worries about electricity rationing ...
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Ask people for a list of things China is famous for and you might expect a healthy dose of sarcasm.
The attacks on satire magazine Charlie Hebdo in France and 'The Interview' film lampooning North Korea are proportional to how vulnerable those being mocked feel, say experts.
TAU study finds anxiety-related insomnia depletes vital resources, paving the way for occupational burnout
The U.S. Congress is preparing to vote on expediting the Keystone XL pipeline.
As Republicans formally take control of a new Congress this week, one of the party’s top priorities is pushing through a change to President Obama’s health care law that many colleges are cheering but that adjunct faculty have criticized.
Donnaldo Escobedo knows that the key to his future lies in college and that the key to college lies in obtaining financial aid.
Kaplan Higher Education (“Kaplan”), a leading for-profit education company with campuses located throughout the country, will pay roughly $1.3 million under a civil settlement with the United States Department of Justice.
Officials open a 220-year-old time capsule containing coins, documents, and other artifacts left by founding fathers Samuel Adams and Paul Revere.
Andy Lewis' dream died when he was 16. Just out of school, the Englishman had been accepted for an elite traineeship with the army when he was hit by a truck, which resulted in most of his left leg being amputated.