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Is Air China sorry for an article in its in-flight magazine that's been slammed for "blatant racism"?
A Russian river located by the Arctic town of Norilsk turned bright red Tuesday, looking more like an enormous blood vessel than a body of water.
Graduates from Russell Group universities earn almost £7,000 a year more on average than UK graduates in general at the age of 40, according to a major study on the lifetime earnings of university leavers.
American Sociological Association report suggests standards by which departments may consider social media activity and other public communications in tenure and promotion decisions.
The House Ways and Means Committee's oversight subcommittee is slated to hold a hearing next week on tax-exempt college endowments.
As leaders emerge from the business and governmental sectors to address climate change, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is seeing trends reflected in this year’s Climate Leadership Awardee accomplishments ...
Leon Wiggins II was looking forward to the start of classes next week as he closed in on a degree in ITT Technical Institute in Torrance and what he hoped would be a future in cybersecurity.
A freshman tentatively raises her hand and takes the microphone. “I’m really scared to ask this,” she begins.