Kuwait supports free speech but must act against illegal comments made about the Gulf state's ruler, the government said on Monday, after a Twitter user was jailed for five years.A
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Wisconsin is shaping up to be an important front in the battle over for-profit higher education, with a likely crackdown in Milwaukee and a brewing debate over tighter regulations at the state level.
With a large chin, a prominent slightly arched nose and delicate lips, the "face" of England's King Richard III has been unveiled, a day after researchers confirmed his remains had finally been found after 500 years.
Hundreds of soccer matches have been fixed in a global betting scam run from Singapore, police said on Monday, in a blow to the image of the world's most popular sport and a multi-billion
A study of Google searches has found "significant discrimination" in advert results depending on the perceived race of names searched for.
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Are electric cars running out of juice again?Recent moves by Japan's two largest automakers suggest that the electric car, after more than 100 years of development and several
Maybe it was inevitable that one of the new massive open online courses would crash.
More than half of the roughly 125 Harvard students investigated by the college’s disciplinary board in a high-profile cheating scandal last fall were ordered to temporarily withdraw from the school ...
It's an odd moment in American race relations. Recently, minority coaching and general manager hires in the NFL went a stunning 0 for 15, despite the league's efforts to make its coaching ranks ...