The administration said it would continue to recognize as chairwoman a different professor than the Senate itself recognizes.
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Royal Dutch Shell is taking Greenpeace International to court in an attempt to have it banned from holding any protest within 500 metres of Shell property or face a fine of $1.25 million.
As Americans debate what is most to blame for the nation's obesity epidemic, researchers say they have the strongest evidence yet that sugary drinks play a leading role and that eliminating
Global fish stocks are exploited or depleted to such an extent that without urgent measures we may be the last generation to catch food from the oceans.
New College of the Humanities enrolls its first class of 60 students this fall, but it has already attained notoriety in seeming disproportion to its small size and tender age.
Iranian hackers have repeatedly attacked Bank of America Corp <BA.N>, JPMorgan Chase & Co <JPM.N> and Citigroup Inc <C.N> over the past year, as part of a broad cyber campaign
A high court judge has granted London Metropolitan University the right to take legal action against the government for revoking its right to recruit non-EU students—allowing thousands of displaced students to continue their studies in the process.
The elite college's rating was lowered to AA+, which means it still has a strong capacity to meet its financial obligations, according to Standard & Poor's.
Robert Shireman has long criticized colleges and lawmakers for not doing enough to protect lower-income students.
A federal jury on Thursday convicted an Ohio Amish sect leader and 15 of his followers on federal hate crimes charges in connection with several beard- and hair-cutting attacks on