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Mandela made himself indispensable by dispensing with the things that empowered tyrants: pride, power, anger and vengeance
The intensifying hostility between Turkey's Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan and the Gulen movement, an influential religious organization once seen as a key...
Some food for thought as the U.S. celebrates the repeal of alcohol prohibition on the 80th anniversary of the 21st amendment
A new database from a college sports reform group shows the skewered priorities of American higher education
Huge caseloads, scant training and budget constraints have made quality college counseling a scarce commodity in public schools
Prosecutors asking for a new sentence of 20 years in prison
Bharatiya Mahila Bank plans to give loans to women to fix-up their home or start a part-time business
(BANGKOK) — Bangkok braced for major disruptions Monday as a massive anti-government march fanned out to 13 locations in a growing bid to topple the government...
Philip D. Chism allegedly left behind a note that read, "I hate you all"
Four more people charged
He allegedly killed a 24-year-old teacher after stealing her phone, credit cards, and underwear
New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg has banned all kinds of things during his 12 years in office
Since 1989, Arkansas has paid the three districts more than $1 billion
Author Rosalind Wiseman on how high school guys can navigate the treacherous shoals of love, sex and loyalty in an era of casual relationships
What a snackhead.
The percentage of young people using condoms has stalled, while STD rates are on the rise
11 school districts to add 300 hours per year
(LOS ANGELES) — While some say school safety hinges on guns, cameras or alarms in classrooms, Mark Gomer and Kristi Schiller think specially trained dogs should...