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Shari Arison, an Israeli-American billionaire and philanthropist said to be the richest woman in the Middle East, presides over an array of global businesses that have one thing in common: doing good.
Russia warned the West on Tuesday against unilateral action on Syria, a day after U.S. President Barack Obama threatened enormous consequences if his Syrian counterpart used chemical
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UNCG about two weeks ago canceled the registrations of about 1,300 students because they had yet to pay their tuition bills — the highest number of cancellations since fall 2009, university officials said.
The first evidence of a planet's destruction by its aging star has been discovered by an international team of astronomers.
An online-learning group is creating a new kind of free class, known as a mechanical MOOC (for “massive open online course”), that will patch together existing resources from open-learning sites.
Remedial courses fail to prepare students for college-level work, but the remedial track may serve other purposes ...
The foreign ministry was looking at summoning Pakistani high commissioner to India, Salman Bashir, and presenting him with the evidence.
Sea ice in the Arctic Ocean is likely to shrink to a record small size sometime next week, and then keep on melting, a scientist at the U.S. National Climate Data Center said on