After months of advocating for changes in the way the administration handles cases of sexual assault, 23 Columbia and Barnard students have filed a federal complaint that alleges violations of Title IX, Title II and the Clery Act by the university
At the "happiest place on earth," many minimum wage employees at the theme park and other local businesses say they can't afford the area's high rent
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu called a unity deal between rival Palestinian factions Fatah and Hamas "a great reverse for peace"
Sorry folks, but it doesn't look like he's being deported. The singer was held for "routine secondary questioning," spending two hours at the airport while his entourage waited for him, after he arrived on a flight from Tokyo
The Vatican denies that the pope wants to change the rule on whether divorcees and their new spouses can take the sacrament, after he reportedly told an Argentine woman whose first marriage had ended in divorce that she could take communion
Convictions for misdemeanors like drug possession often trigger the same longterm consequences in the form of legal hindrances that felonies do. And there are fewer ways to remove them from criminal records
John Kerry accused the Russian government of "distraction, deception and destabilization" in eastern Ukraine Thursday, laying the groundwork for the U.S. to impose painful economic sanctions and warning that the "window to change course is closing"
Four major tech companies, including Intel and Adobe as well, were accused of agreeing not to poach each other's employees in order to drive down wages. The companies admitted to having a no-hire agreement but denied that wages was their motivation
This year, the U.S. has seen the most measles outbreaks since 1996, the CDC said. Of the 129 people infected, with highest numbers in California, New York and Washington state, the majority were not vaccinated or did not know their vaccination status.
A Federal judge ruled that state restrictions could not overcome First Amendment scrutiny, given Supreme Court's stance on campaign finance
A new human papillomavirus DNA test for women aged 25 or older uses samples of women's cervical cells to look for 14 high-risk HPV strains, specifically at the strains with the greatest risk for developing into cervical cancer
Nearly 300 people have been infected so far, including a 65-year-old Turkish pilgrim in Mecca, a city to which millions of Muslims will make the Hajj later this year, worrying health experts about the virus's spread internationally
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NASA administrator Charles F. Bolden says it's vital we become a "multi-planet species"