Years after defecting from Russia and resettling in the US, former KGB officer Alexander Zaporozhsky was lured back to the country he had once betrayed. The CIA warned him not to go.
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Authors discuss their new book on the experience of Asian American students at Harvard University
Ad hoc approaches inadequate to deal with a widespread issue, campaigners say
Electric scooters are appearing in many major cities across the country, bringing fun to riders, profits to scooter makers — and lots of potential risks to walkers and riders.
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Experts say long-running joint ventures should be seen as a ‘litmus test’
Author discusses his critique of higher education as too liberal -- and the idea of creating a new university with another perspective.
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President Trump signed legislation Tuesday that renews a federal workforce development program, sending $1.2 billion a year to states but with fewer requirements from Washington on how to spend the money and assess the success of programs.
As Europe bakes in another heatwave, forecasters say the all-time temperature record could be broken in the coming days.