The conversation about levying taxes on carbon emissions — a controversial one in many countries and practically a third-rail no-no in the United States political arena — is heating up around the world, seemingly in lockstep with the planet itself.
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US president’s agitations seen as having political rather than practical goals
Nearly 80 percent of the highest paid state employees in the state of Virginia are public university staffers
Oberlin College asked the court for a stay of judgment in a lawsuit involving a local bakery.
Concerned about limited purchasing options and potential price increases, students and consumer groups challenge the proposed merger of two major textbook publishers.
The Art Institute of Pittsburgh shuttered abruptly in March, locking out students and breaking rules set by accreditation agencies on how to properly close schools.
When I used to behave like an entitled teenager, my mother always used to say, "You’ve only one mouth but you’ve got two ears." It used to drive me crazy. But as with most things, she was right.
Women who out-earn male partners need to have significantly higher qualifications, Australian survey suggests
The ‘best’ scientists lack time for peer review, and academics should be rated for ‘worthy’ papers, argues Dan Shechtman
Mastery Transcript Consortium prepares for a world without traditional transcripts.