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Friday, October 2, 2015
Citing a migration crisis that has displaced more people this year than at any time since World War II, entrepreneur brothers Thomas and Timothy Pearson said Wednesday their family foundation is giving US$100 million to the University of Chicago for a research institute aimed at using big data to study and resolve global conflicts.
American colleges seek to integrate the 'surge' of Chinese students better
The multitudes of Chinese students attending American universities are approaching college as less of a life experience and more as a transaction, educators worry, leading to measures to help them integrate -- ....................
Thursday, October 1, 2015
Pacific Rim top trade ministers begin talks, aiming to seal TPP trade pact
The only woman on Georgia's death row was executed early Wednesday, making her the first woman executed in the southern U.S. state in seven decades.
In a landmark television interview, the rarely seen leader of the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC) reaffirmed the commitment of Latin America's oldest insurgency to abandon the battlefield even while shying from a six-month deadline to sign a final peace accord.
'Can you hear me now?' Snowden joins Twitter, only follows NSA
Edward Snowden, who has confounded U.S. officials since his abrupt departure from the country two years ago, has just found a new megaphone in Twitter.
Wednesday, September 30, 2015
Giorgio Armani looks back to the future
Giorgio Armani had three important things to say on Monday: yes, he can do colors other than gray and beige, no, he is going nowhere and no, he has not had a nose job.
World leaders at UN lay out sharply different views on Syrian situation
Vladimir Putin played it cool, Barack Obama was earnest but firm and Iran's president walked in smiling. World leaders glided through the opening day of a U.N. gathering Monday that aims to wrestle with the globe's biggest crises -- a historic flood of refugees, the rise of threats like the Islamic State group and the conflict in Syria.
Conservative Prime Minister Stephen Harper said Monday that Canada shouldn't take in more Syrian refugees just to "chase headlines" as he debated his two main rivals in next month's election.
A chaotic scramble is on to fill the top Republican jobs in the U.S. House of Representatives after John Boehner's surprise resignation as its leader or speaker. Now the same conservatives who pushed him out are maneuvering to yank the next leadership team to the right.
Central American coffee growers struggle to adapt to climate change
Adrian Hernandez says he can't remember a year as dry as 2015, which has nearly cost him his farm and turned him from a climate change skeptic into a true believer.
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