Russian-linked automated Twitter accounts, or bots, retweeted Donald Trump almost half a million times in the final weeks before the 2016 U.S. presidential campaign, Twitter told the Senate Judiciary Committee.
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Yes, I knew that oil giant BP had sponsored the British Museum’s stunning exhibition on the Scythians, an extraordinary — and long-forgotten — nomadic people who held sway across Siberia from 900 BC to 200 BC.
Children at risk of online grooming should be sent automatic alerts as part of the government's internet safety strategy, the NSPCC has said.
Mathematics and computer science students at the University of Oxford were given extra time to complete their final exams last summer in a bid to close a gender grade gap, it has been revealed.
Initiative to encourage liberal arts colleges to create online courses gets positive reviews from faculty members, but students may not be convinced.
Responding to students’ mental health problems has become an “inevitable” part of an academic’s job, but many staff do not feel properly supported in this role, according to a report.
All the world's computers are flawed, and companies are fumbling with fixes. It will take years until the issue is fully sorted out.
US President's Donald Trump's plan to offer citizenship to undocumented migrants has pulled off the rare trick of uniting left and right - in outrage.
Layer by colorful layer, plastic figurines form in the bellies of a row of 3-D printers at Cabrillo College’s new Makerspace.
Students are more creative in the middle of the day, study finds.