Egypt's supreme court ruled on Thursday to dissolve the Islamist-led parliament, plunging a troubled transition to democracy into turmoil just two days before an election to replace ousted
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Britain's ruling coalition split along party lines on Wednesday when Liberal Democrats refused to support Conservative Prime Minister David Cameron in a vote over his handling of a minister
A federal judge has dismissed a lawsuit against Yale University by a South Korean university that claimed it lost tens of millions of dollars after Yale damaged its reputation.
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The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, which has poured more than $4 billion into efforts to transform public education in the U.S., is pushing to develop an engagement pedometer.
There was the leather pouch, crafted in prison, that according to family lore may have contained a message about the escapees' hide-out.
As the globe celebrated World Environment Day this week, the UN released a report finding that just progress has been made on just a handful of important international sustainability goals.
A new space telescope is scheduled to rocket into orbit during a launch window that begins at 11:30 a.m. EDT on June 13.
Standing at a narrow half-open school gate, two boys in school uniform conduct body searches on fellow pupils and visitors. Another two sit at a table to take down details of comings