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17 min ago | WVEC-TV Norfolk
A prosecutor says a Moroccan man made repeated statements about wanting to bomb Harvard University and Homeland Security offices in Hartford, Connecticut.
1 hr ago | Forbes.com
The post-2008 financial crisis coupled with a rising number of international applicants from wealthy families have resulted in American colleges accepting more full-tuition payers from overseas.
2 hrs ago | The Washington Post
Sean M. Lynn-Jones is editor of the quarterly journal International Security and a research associate at the Belfer Center at the John F. Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University.
6 hrs ago | Drug Researcher
Philanthropist Ted Stanley has gifted $650m to the Broad Institute as part of a wider attempt to galvanize research on psychiatric disorders and bring new treatments to market.
Today's Justice of the Day is: EDWARD TERRY SANFORD. Justice Sanford was born on this day, July 23, in 1865.
Many think a Russian SA-11 missile launcher system similar to this was used to shoot down flight MH17 over Ukraine.
Harvard University law professor Laurence Tribe is a veteran liberal scholar who counts both President Barack Obama and Chief Justice John Roberts among his former students.
Tony Wagner, an education expert from Harvard University, led the brainstorming among the school board and senior staff that focused on making sure: The school system plans to release a strategic plan by the end of 2014 that sets out goals and priorities for the next five years.
Its scientists and policy experts may be thought leaders on issues of global warming and ways to head it off.
The Indian economy is likely to grow at six% in 2014-15 and if the new government delivers on its promise of good governance, reversion to a growth rate of around 7-8% can occur in coming years, Harvard University professor Gita Gopinath said.
MITCHELL A. ORENSTEIN is Professor and Chair of the Department of Political Science at Northeastern University.
That's the conclusion of an " Unhappy Cities " study done by researchers from Harvard University and the University of British Columbia.
You can count Southern Methodist University among the best schools in the nation for producing CEOs, according to a list from Times Higher Education.
A new study on school lunches casts doubt on conservative media's politicized rhetoric regarding first lady Michelle Obama's school-lunch initiative.
A monitor shows the image of a breast cancer at a medical facility in Mexico. U.S. researchers are now saying that garden-variety Aspirin may be keeping breast cancer at bay in certain women with the disease.
Clear and clean, bubble wrap is well-suited to serve as an array of tiny test tubes.
Here a dye solution is injected into the bubbles to measure the hemoglobin concentration in blood.
Updated: Thu Jul 24, 2014 10:42 am
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