police investigation into one man's death has now become an issue between two countries.
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The deepest place in the ocean is teeming with microscopic life, a study suggests.
New York University’s directory lists only one man named John Sexton, but after talking with people at the institution, it would be easy to come away with the impression that there are two very different men in the president's office.
China's top universities began their annual independent recruitment exams on Saturday, with English no longer included among the exams' compulsory subjects.
After she was laid off from her job teaching at a public elementary school she bounced through longer-term substitute postings and held a part-time job, all the while hoping she would land a permanent placement.
Boston University scientists are building a system of visual timelines to show how climate change is affecting the Earth's ecosystems.
Pham Thanh Cong leans forward, his 55-year-old face a patchwork of scars and dents, and explains what’s wrong with My Khe hamlet.
KLM, a Dutch airline, has begun powering some transatlantic flights with a fuel mix that of 25% cooking oil and 75% jet fuel. 25 roundtrip flights between New York’s JFK and Amsterdam’s Schiphol ...
One of the great things about working at BSR is being immersed in so many sustainability challenges at different companies, on various topics and in diverse geographies.
Small spaces present a worthy design challenge -- not just for residing in but also for retail. This lovely urban example comes from Van Alen Books, a specialized bookstore in New York City that stocks volumes in architecture and design.