An "extensive" fraud let thieves steal cash from Amazon merchants for six months during 2018, the online retailer has revealed.
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If sustainable plastic sounds like an oxymoron to you, you wouldn’t be the only one. But with the sleeping giant of public opinion beginning to awaken to the unsustainability of plastic around the world — roughly 40 percent of which is found in packaging — some innovators are starting to look for ways to avoid using the material.
Bills targeting for-profit institutions in California would prohibit tuition-sharing deals -- a sign of growing political scrutiny of the role of online program management companies.
Johns Hopkins students are refusing to leave administration building until officials cancel plans to form an armed police force. Activists are worried about the potential for racial profiling.
A mother and son in Michigan are celebrating a milestone together.
UC Berkeley's student government held a forum pertainng to an effort to add onto a 2020 ballot non-citizen voting for Berkeley city elections.
Hackers have stolen $41m (£31m) worth of Bitcoin in a major crypto-currency heist.
It's not often that environmental news even gets close to trumping the arrival of a royal baby. But fresh in the wake of Extinction Rebellion protests, the declaration of a "climate emergency," the publication of the Committee on Climate Change's Net Zero report and a surge in electoral support for the Green Party, some news outlets grasped which way the wind is blowing.
Harvard experiment finds nearly half of academics amended their assessment of a research application after seeing randomly generated ‘expert scores’
The typical path to a college degree in Iowa increasingly is branching off, taking detours and merging with others as public universities, community colleges and private schools find more ways to collaborate and cooperate in their degree and transfer options.