President Vladimir Putin left global oil executives in little doubt as to who was the master of the world's largest energy reserves at Russia's answer to Davos.
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Elite Afghan police backed by NATO forces ended a 12-hour siege on Friday at a popular lakeside hotel outside Kabul, leaving at least 20 dead after Taliban gunmen stormed the lakeside
The sharing economy, exemplified by collaborative consumption-based companies like Getaround and Airbnb, are often touted as signposts on the path to a greener future. But it turns out it's hard to know if these are actually greener business models.
In the days when few colleges even imagined a woman as their leader, there was one corner of academe where women ruled: Roman Catholic colleges.
Narcissism is the curse of our age. Celebrity is its more familiar manifestation, spawning countless magazines and TV shows, but its tentacles have spread into every area of public
Russian President Vladimir Putin sought to reassure investors on Thursday that he is committed to building a new economy through liberal reforms and privatization, and
How a brand new mini-city in China is rethinking the basic arrangements of car-centric metropolitan areas.
Dipak Das, the University of Connecticut scientist accused of fabricating 145 instances of research, is fighting his termination.
Faculty members are far less excited by, and more fearful of, the recent growth of online education than are academic technology administrators...