In decades of furtive meetings in tea houses, mosques and universities, members of Egypt's underground Muslim Brotherhood spoke ardently of a country governed by Islamic law. Now that
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College campuses are becoming incubators for startups, offering encouragement in the form of classes to nurture young dreamers. This explains the influx of 21-year-olds making millions of dollars in investment before they can legally pop a beer.
Fifty airlines throughout the world collected $22.6 billion from bag fees and other extra passenger charges last year, according to a study released Monday.
The oldest winery in the US was transformed over the course of eight years by rethinking its relationship with water, aerating its wastewater and using renewables.
Yale University’s acceptance of Singaporean government restrictions on basic rights at the new Yale-National University of Singapore (NUS) joint campus shows a disturbing disregard for free speech...
Liberal thinktank says rightwingers are aggressively targeting the continent with an anti-abortion and anti-gay agenda
For decades after the first sports psychology lab was established in 1920 in Germany, mental coaches have been the water boys of sports science, viewed by their colleagues as not quite good enough to make the first-string team.
For some Iraqi refugees living in Syria, it feels like a sequel to a nightmare.
Thousands left stranded at Beijing airport as authorities warn more rain and flooding may be on its way
In fish-crazed Japan, where eating seafood is a vital part of the nation's culture, conservation groups are working with companies to persuade more Japanese to eat certified, sustainably caught seafood.