Saudi Arabia has reopened an old oil pipeline built by Iraq to bypass Gulf shipping lanes, giving Riyadh scope to export more of its crude from Red Sea terminals should Iran try to block
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Apple Inc's suppliers in China have violated local labor laws when they imposed excessive overtime and skimped on insurance, a New York-based labor rights group said.Apple and its
The rockets red glare and barbeque madness makes Independence day one of the most fun and celebrated holidays of the year.
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British police summoned WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange to a London police station on Thursday as part of his extradition process, demanding he leave Ecuador's embassy where he has
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There's hardly a college worth its salt today that doesn't claim to be "global."
Online education is also a hurdle. Ohio has endured more funding cuts than most states.
The Rio+20 Summit produced a largely meaningless document that failed to address the daunting environmental challenges the world faces.
The Australian Parliament was late yesterday passionately locked in what threatened to be a continuing stalemate on asylum seekers as navy and merchant sailors pulled women and children from the Indian Ocean.