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Scientists have long been worried about the possible harmful effects of regular cellular phone use, but so far no study has managed to produce clear results.
Google has received requests to remove more than 100 million links since January 2013 for web pages deemed to be in breach of copyright laws.
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Career Education Corp. has begun one of higher education’s broadest experiments with adaptive learning.
Prince George of Cambridge should never be King of Scots, the chairman of the Scottish Independence Group has said in an outspoken attack on the monarchy that provoked a row with Unionists.
Democratic lawmakers said Sunday they would push for greater oversight of the National Security Agency’s bulk collection of U.S. phone calling records, stoking a debate that has divided members of Congress, especially Republicans.
Car hacking is not a new field, but its secrets have long been closely guarded.
The UK is "complacently standing by" as firms start drilling for oil and gas in the Arctic, a group of MPs has said.
The debate over China's rise being a "threat" to many Western countries isn't a new topic, but a new book entitled China Threat? The Challenges, Myths and Realities of China's Rise presents some unique analysis for this ongoing discussion.