The former University of California, Berkeley, law dean whose sexual harassment case sparked national outrage has reached a deal with the school that allows him to maintain tenure, receive research funding
You could say he was cooking up trouble. Deputies said an alleged burglar made himself right at home, inside Samantha O'Neal's kitchen. O'Neal said when she arrived home with her sister and a friend, saw
Woman, thought to have been the last person left in the world born in the 1800s, dies at her home in northern Italy The world’s oldest person, Emma Morano, has died at her home in northern Italy. At the
A redesign of sugar involves tinkering with the shape of sugar molecules to deliver the same sweetness but with a lower amount of actual sugar. Nestlé is one of the few companies that has publicly discussed
Snapchat is doing damage control after its CEO was accused of saying the app was 'only for rich people'
Snapchat maker Snap Inc. is denying that its CEO, Evan Spiegel, once said the app was "only for rich people" and he didn't "want to expand into poor countries like India and Spain." The quote, which Snap
Somewhere in the south-central Dominican Republic, on a stretch of land in a town called Villa Altagracia, sits a unique little clothing factory. The unassuming building, with its white walls and gable
People are defending United passenger after reports emerge of his 'troubled past' and CEO calls him 'belligerent'
On Tuesday, the Louisville Courier-Journal published an article reporting that the passenger, David Dao, had "a troubled history in Kentucky." The article cited drug-related felony convictions in the 2000s
They were also the 2016 Bostonians of The Year. NBD. As high school seniors, Meggie Noel and Kylie Webster-Cazeau launched a campaign last January that placed the racism faced by black students at Boston
The two-year conflict has devastated the country and caused the practice to skyrocket. The rate of child marriage in Yemen has skyrocketed over the course of the country’s devastating civil war, according
Piketty, Saez and Zucman calculate government transfers to three groups: the richest 10%, the middle 40%, and the poorest 50%. Each group is evaluated for total transfers, including Social Security, as
Once again, Canadian Prime Minister (and Noted Feminist) Justin Trudeau is looking like the most eloquent statesman in comparison to Donald Trump, who flubbed his chance to sound “presidential” on International
On Wednesday morning, Yamileth Vasco wrapped up her newborn son, boarded the subway near her home in Queens and went to a demonstration for the first time in her life. Two blocks from Trump Tower in Manhattan,