Britain's Queen Elizabeth shook the hand of former IRA guerrilla commander Martin McGuinness for the first time on Wednesday, drawing a line under a conflict that cost the lives of
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Google Inc will sell its first tablet from mid-July for $199, hoping to replicate its smartphone success in a hotly contested market now dominated by Amazon.com Inc's Kindle Fire
Public colleges must increase access by keeping costs of attendance down and harnessing technology to engage and educate students, a parade of big-name speakers said Tuesday at a conference celebrating the sesquicentennial of the national legislation that established public universities.
Why is the mood at Sustainable Brands so much bleaker than at LOHAS? It may be more about problems than solutions.
A Michigan land owner who alleges he was jilted by two of North America's largest energy companies says emails made public Monday by Reuters prove that the two companies colluded
A rising number of companies are beginning to tie executive compensation to measures relating to environmental, social and corporate governance.
Edward Yacuta did well in an AP English class at Long Beach's Millikan High School. Long Beach City College is using those grades — rather than his poor score on a placement test — to determine which English course he should take this fall.
The University of Virginia Board of Visitors voted unanimously Tuesday to reinstate President Teresa Sullivan, capping off a tumultuous two weeks for the university.
Facebook is facing a backlash from users after replacing email addresses listed in members' contacts with those provided by its @facebook.com system.
One of the Big Three auto makers says sustainability is now a primary part of its marketplace strategy.