The online course provider launches a slew of programs aimed at health care professionals, but observers wonder if the credentials will stand out in a crowded space.
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American University in Washington, D.C. is hosting an event on Feb. 1 on "antiracist" grading with a professor who serves as director of a writing center which argues that American grammar is a "racist," "unjust language structure."
Private tweets sent by users of Twitter's Android app could have been exposed publicly for years
Duplicate titles are being set up to get around new open-access requirements, European Commission’s envoy warns
Few things are as quintessentially American as the Ford F-150 pick up truck. It's the vehicle of choice not only for companies that need to haul stuff but also suburban families that just want to be able to haul stuff if they want.
Nearly 60 percent of college students experiencing food insecurity who could be eligible for help through a $68 billion federal nutrition assistance program don’t participate in it, according to a new Government Accountability Office (GAO) report.
A Trump administration proposal would set new rules for who qualifies as a regional accreditor, potentially forcing some oversight bodies to drop hundreds of schools if enacted.
Campus Reform Editor-In-Chief Lawrence Jones traveled to Pelosi's congressional district in San Francisco, where many residents are not pleased by her leadership.
Think about how many sweaters, scarves and other clothes were given as gifts this holiday season. How many times will people wear them before throwing them out?
Shanghai scientists have discovered that the volume of putamen, a subcortical brain area, in adolescents as an indicator of a higher possibility in the development of schizophrenia after adulthood.