A controversial researcher on air pollution and secondhand cigarette smoke is suing UCLA to get his position back, claiming that his firing was an illegal effort to quash academic dissent and
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The U.S. State Department and Amazon are partnering to send Kindle tablets to young people around the world.
The North Carolina Senate has approved legislation that would prohibit the state from considering projected sea level increases in its coastal management strategy. But a scientist involved in the debate argues that ignoring these projections will wind up costing North Carolina — and the rest of the U.S. — far more.
The International Olympic Committee has begun an investigation into claims Olympics representatives were willing to sell thousands of tickets for the London Games on the black market.
Rodney King, whose beating by Los Angeles police helped spark the 1992 L.A. riots, died Sunday at his home in Rialto. He was 47. King became a symbol for police brutality and the troubled relations between the LAPD and minority...
Chinese President Hu Jintao has urged members of the Group of 20 (G20) to stick together and address Europe's debt crisis in a constructive and cooperative way to boost market confidence,
Parties committed to Greece's bailout were on course to secure a parliamentary majority on Sunday and the radical leftists who had vied for first place conceded defeat in an election
From school projects to research papers and dissertations, anything can be outsourced for a price. Sunday Times looks at the ethics and economics of the booming business.