No broad-based international agreement on sharing rivers currently exists, even though much of the world depends on water from rivers that flow through more than one nation. But that may be about to change, as two separate global river treaties are close to being approved.
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The Obama administration is losing another official who has played a major role in shaping its higher education policy.
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The taxi driver who dropped me off at McCormick Place, the convention center where the annual joint conference of the American Academy of Religion and the Society of Biblical Literature is being held, asked if it was a meeting of religious people—like nuns and priests.
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Maryland regents approved the university’s move to the Big Ten Conference on Monday, but not all of them were happy about how the deal went down.