The Muslim Brotherhood and a military man close to ousted leader Hosni Mubarak courted defeated first-round candidates in Egypt's presidential election on Saturday, each trying to claim
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The regime of Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe has been accused of profiting from the Marange diamond fields, garnering illicit funds that could be used to bolster his oppressive security forces. Now critics are alleging the government is failing to stop mining-waste pollution that is sickening livestock and local villagers.
Chinese Confucius centers in the United States are at the center of a confusing decision recently made by the U.S. government.
Between 2001 and 2005, Augustana College enrolled roughly 3,500 freshmen. Only three of them came from Colorado.
EarthShare describes how companies can leverage volunteer programs into a win for impacted communities, their employees and their own balance sheets.
Harvard University alumni attending their 50th class reunion this week are getting updates on classmates, but one person stands out among those sharing news about career moves, retirements and
The number of Steiner schools is set to expand, thanks to state funding via the coalition's 'free schools' policy. Their alternative approach is appealing, but do they offer a rounded
Alumni are fond of mentioning how Indian students who cannot get into the IIT of their choice sometimes end up at the Ivies in the United States -- their safety schools.
There is a growing body of evidence showing that sustainability certification is spawning far-reaching changes in production and land use practices, supply chains and in the way businesses operate.
Today's products of daily living can be a pain — literally. In U.S. workplaces alone, there are more than 3 million injuries and illnesses annually, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics