At one school in Homs, about 300 people live together. Everyone wants to go home, but left unspoken is the dismal reality that few have homes to return to. September 08, 2013|By Patrick J. McDonnell The
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As the Education Department gathers a panel to rewrite controversial for-profit college regulations, the motto might as well be “the more things change, the more they stay the same.” The quest to regulate
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Sectarian violence is spreading across northern India, despite an army-enforced curfew put in place after deadly weekend clashes between Hindus and Muslims. Gunfire and street battles that erupted on in
Thousands of messages posted on the Internet every day in China get censored. Until now, little has been known about how the Chinese censorship machine works — except that it is comprehensive. "It probably
This summer Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand was picking up serious momentum on a plan to overhaul how the Pentagon handles sexual assault cases. Tea party stars Sens. Rand Paul (R-Ky.) and Ted Cruz (R-Texas) on.
The Syrian president, Bashar Assad, has said there is no evidence he is responsible for the deadly gas attacks the US government claims left 1,429 people dead, including 426 children. In an exclusive secured
Two PlayStation 4 bundles featuring Guerrilla Games' Killzone: Shadow Fall have been listed on Amazon France, suggesting hardware bundles for Sony's next-gen console are on their way European territories.
[Photographs: Vicky Wasik] If you're throwing a Labor Day bash this year, your guests will need a few beverages to cool off with after all those smoky, charred dishes from the grill. Beer and wine are