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Her writings following 9/11 include Who Defended the Country? and Rule of Law, Misrule of Men.
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By offering online courses on demand and without charge, Moocs give students anywhere in the world the chance to learn irrespective of their circumstances - so long as they have an internet connection.
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Just like adults, children as young as 3 tend to judge an individual's character traits, such as trustworthiness and competence, simply by looking at the person's face, new research shows.
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Ever since their nation became independent in 1991, many Ukrainians expected the Russians would return - but that doesn't make the crisis in their homeland any less terrifying.
Kelci Lynn Lucier, a TVHS and Harvard University graduate, has written a book to help college students deal with stress.
A majority of children born into the poorest families remain in poverty as adults, according to a national study conducted by Harvard University researchers that questions whether the American Dream is a myth.
But to get to that point, Marcelo had to defy her family's expectations and turn away from a lucrative career as a lawyer.
Pulitzer-prize winning historian and author Professor Gordon Wood will speak on the historic pitfalls a new democracy faces, in a talked he calls "Advice to the Egyptians from the Founding Fathers" at Valley Regional High School Auditorium After a revolution overthrows a despotic leader, how do citizens fill the resulting power vacuum with a ... (more)
For the first time in two decades, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration has proposed sweeping changes to the familiar nutrition labels on food packages.
Don Evans, chair of the new museum capital campaign, and North Vancouver Museum and Archives director Nancy Kirkpatrick review plans inside the 'Pipe Shop' - where, in 2017, the community's history will be showcased through interactive exhibits.
From the president of the United States to the heads of some of the biggest financial institutions in the world, Harvard University graduates have established themselves in powerful positions.
The exhibition will be the first retrospective in the United States of his work and the first retrospective at the Metropolitan Museum devoted to a contemporary artist of gems.
In autumn 2003, a new class called "What's Left? The Politics of Social Justice" began at Harvard University.
Michelle Blanco wants to be a physician. The North Gaston High School senior sees herself working in the cardiology or neuroscience fields.
Stem cell scientists have identified a mutation in human cases of acute lymphoblastic leukemia that likely drives relapse.