The steady expansion of vineyards in California’s premier wine-growing region is moving uphill into oak and other woodlands and is adversely affecting fish and wildlife
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A major publisher’s decision to replace a journal’s editor and withdraw one of his papers has sparked claims of interference in the publication’s editorial direction.
Supporters say it would be a way to invest in public education and have tax-exempt higher education institutions work to counteract growing inequality, but opponents of legislation to tax some private university endowments claim it is unconstitutional and would harm Massachusetts' image as a bastion of higher education.
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US President Donald Trump has warned fired FBI chief James Comey against leaking material to the media.
When Theresa May confirmed last week that the Conservative pledge to cut net migration to the “tens of thousands” would feature in the party’s election manifesto, she claimed that Brexit would help her to achieve the aim.
The campus of Nazarene Bible College in Colorado Springs is up for sale, but the 50-year-old professional school of ministry isn't going away.
A massive ransomware campaign appears to have infected a number of organisations around the world.
Indiana University’s “active-learning” initiative is growing faster than expected, partly because of an approach that embraces different campus types, class sizes and classroom layouts.
The Mormon church says older teens in the United States and Canada will no longer take part in two Boy Scouts programs, starting next year.