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Forty years ago in east Africa, a team of scientists found a fossil that changed our understanding of human evolution
The horn outside the military barracks blew at 6 a.m. sharp, but Tao Qixi, 19, and many of her classmates from People's University had been up and in their green fatigues for an hour.
Liberia is to become the first nation in Africa to completely stop cutting down its trees in return for development aid.
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If adjuncts want more workplace rights, they have to take them.
Americans eat a lot of meat. In many households, meat is on the table almost every day and for good reason: it is a good source of protein and nutrients, and can be healthy and deliciou
We've all seen the films where an asteroid hurtles towards our planet, threatening civilisation.
The World Wide Web, which turns 25 on March 12, has brought about a radical revolution in literature’s form and content – from e-books to Twitter fiction
Educators and students in Georgia have established an “underground railroad” to higher education for those students who don’t have access or are barred from attending the public institutions of the state.