As students struggle to get their degrees in four years, a small but growing percentage of Wisconsin college students get their degrees in just three years.
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Today’s comprehensive report is sad and sobering in that it concludes that at the moment of truth, people in positions of authority and responsibility did not put the welfare of children first.
Team USA may be comprised of America's best athletes, but their uniforms have a more foreign origin.
Genetic study may settle the debate over how North and South America were populated.
Printing environmentally responsibly is a good idea ... on paper. Then reality sets in.
In 1936, the British logician Alan Turing imagined a universal computing machine.
Oxford University will use a record donation to abolish the tuition fee increase for its poorest students - keeping fees at £3,500 per year.
In May this year, a North Korean defector in her 40s took a call from an unknown number at her office in the South Korean capital Seoul.
Scientists are using the world's biggest telescope, buried deep under the South Pole, to try to unravel the mysteries of tiny particles known as neutrinos, hoping to shed light on