President Donald Trump's chronic inability to turn the other cheek to a perceived slight has landed the White House with a crisis on multiple fronts over his handling of the ISIS ambush in Niger that killed four US troops.
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Hundreds of protesters have marched on the University of Florida to decry a speech by a white nationalist.
New questions are being raised at Kennesaw State after local politicians boasted about influencing the president’s decision on how to respond to a racial protest movement.
In 1868, the fledgling Massachusetts Institute of Technology on Boylston Street awarded its first diplomas to 14 graduates. Since then, it has issued paper credentials to more than 207,000 undergraduate and graduate students in much the same way.
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US university leaders and individual researchers must “lean in” to their responsibilities as public advocates for evidence-based policymaking under the presidency of Donald Trump, according to a former White House staffer.
China is embracing an era of sharing economy. After shared bikes, sharing books are the next trend.
Google's DeepMind says it has made another big advance in artificial intelligence by getting a machine to master the Chinese game of Go without help from human players.
The U.S. Department of Education’s National Center for Education Statistics (NCES) has made key changes to the Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System (IPEDS), which is used to measure success rates in higher education.
New study pushes back on decades of studies suggesting that scientific productivity peaks early and declines thereafter.