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Hundreds of thousands of illegal immigrants are to be allowed to stay and work in the US after the President, Barack Obama, offered them a partial amnesty.
Pamela Storozuk, a petite 59-year-old, spent most of her career as a sales representative, dragging heavy suitcases filled with presentation materials.
The once-magnificent tropical forests of Borneo have been decimated by rampant logging and clearing for oil palm plantations. But in the Malaysian state of Sabah, a top official is fighting to reverse that trend by bringing sustainable forestry to the beleaguered island.
Russian opposition activists, who led tens of thousands of people onto the streets in anti-government rallies in recent months, merged two parties into one on Saturday to strengthen
America’s research universities are essential for U.S. prosperity and security, but in danger of serious decline unless the federal government ...
Coca-Cola, Pepsi, and several other Fortune 500 companies are working to address the supply shortages that have stymied the goal of make the 100-percent plant-based plastic bottle ubiquitous.
Massively open online courses, or MOOCs, are not credit-bearing. But a pathway to college credit for the courses already exists -- one that experts say many students may soon take.
They admonish administrators for threatening action against professor Michael Wilkes after he published an opinion article criticizing a campus event promoting prostate cancer screening.