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By Bob Dole
The industrious island has proved itself worthy of U.S. inclusion
Topic - new york university
By virtually any measure, the movement to opt out of state standardized tests in Pittsburgh is small.
A new study finds no evidence to believe claims that babies gain an edge when using "educational" products. Some parents still believed their infants learn more than they would have, however.
Fifty years ago today, Muhammad Ali "shocked the world" and beat one of the most fearsome fighters ever to put on a pair of boxing gloves, heavyweight champion Sonny Liston. But what if that storied fight was not what it seemed?
It was in 2000 when Wilmington native Kiandra Parks had a chance encounter with famed filmmaker Spike Lee, unknowingly setting herself on her own course as a filmmaker.
Sitting in the courtyard of a picturesque Miami bookstore cafe, Cuban writer Leonardo Padura chuckles between drags on a cigarette.
The Ramapough Lenape Indian Nation will again provide the backdrop for a Hollywood script when a television series premiering this month wraps its story line around a Native American community that is similar to the tribe.
Shannon Harrington Flores' family planted itself in Texas in 1836, the year the Republic was born. Her grandmother, from a long line of ranchers, was a proud Daughter of the Republic of Texas.
Calling the NCAA a dictatorship, Northwestern's quarterback and the United Steelworkers announced plans Tuesday to form the first labor union for college athletes - the latest salvo in the bruising fight over whether amateur players should be paid.
Authorities say a New York University student has plummeted from a dormitory roof in an apparent suicide.
E.L. Doctorow has different ways of telling a story.