People in America can continue to freely resell or loan books they brought into the country from abroad, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled Tuesday.
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(Mary Mitchell has written several books on the subject of etiquette, including "The Complete Idiot's Guide to Etiquette" and "Class Acts."
"I'm a compulsive laundry room thief," says one Facebook confession. "I'm the reason the 'Public Urination is Illegal' signs were put up at Coyote Village," says another.
Remnants of an exploded star have been discovered in our Milky Way galaxy by a team of scientists including astronomers at Penn State.
police investigation into one man's death has now become an issue between two countries.
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.