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ReutersBy John Kemp LONDON, May 14 (Reuters) - "With Africa's economies riding the crest of the global commodities wave, there is an unprecedented opportunity to convert the region's vast resource wealth into investments that could lift millions out of poverty,...
ReutersMay 13 (Reuters) - The number of U.S. students enrolled in full-degree programs at universities outside the United States grew 4 percent to about 46,000 last year, according to a report by the Institute of International Education's Project Atlas. Shaving...
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The use of unmanned aircraft to kill suspected terrorists, a practice that has dramatically escalated during the Obama administration, is receiving fresh and welcome scrutiny in Congress and elsewhere even as the number of drone strikes seems to be on the...
SOUTH BEND -- The Rev. Brian E. Daley, a theology professor at the University of Notre Dame, received the Johannes Quasten Medal of Excellence in Scholarship and Leadership in Religious Studies last week from Catholic University's School of Theology and...
ReutersLONDON, May 11 (Reuters) - List of winners and runners-up in the FA Cup final since the competition restarted in the 1945-46 season after World War Two: Season Winners Runners-up Score 1945-46 Derby County Charlton Athletic 4-1 aet 1946-47 Charlton...
ReutersLONDON, May 9 (Reuters) - Results of English FA Cup finals since the competition restarted in the 1945-46 season after World War Two: Season Winners Runners-up Score 1945-46 Derby County Charlton Athletic 4-1 aet 1946-47 Charlton Athletic Burnley 1-...
Times Staff WriterSmart children have a different rhythm in their heads — a seesaw pattern of growth that lags years behind other young people — say government scientists who mapped the brains of hundreds of children. Seeking a link between neural anatomy...
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Reuters(John Lloyd is a Reuters columnist but his opinions are his own.) By John Lloyd May 7 (Reuters) - Russia is now in a hard, even dangerous, place. A series of shocks are coming, and it is not well placed to weather them. It has, to be sure, little debt:...
If you think today's university is home to individual thinkers thinking individually, think again. Today's university is international and multinational in every way — blown open, in great part, by this century's digital explosion of information....
One day last year, a 9-year-old named Thomas came home and announced he was running for office. "Are you kidding me?" his father responded. "Don't we have enough elections in this family?" Thomas, the son of Los Angeles City Controller Wendy Greuel, has...
ReutersMay 06 (TheWrap.com) - One of the biggest jobs in media is a new position and a high-risk opportunity: running Al Jazeera America. The job running the Qatar-based network recently bought from Current TV has high visibility and no doubt a high salary...
Well-known Harvard professor Niall Ferguson apologized Saturday for what he called “stupid and tactless remarks” suggesting sexual orientation influenced the polices of famed economist John Maynard Keynes. On Thursday, Ferguson suggested...
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