The truth is that you can't count on anyone else to take the lead: Sometimes it has to be you. by Courtney Lindstrand, TEEN VOGUE Expert tips on how to take a stand when you see someone being bullied.
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WASHINGTON — As the White Houselooks to wrap up years of negotiations on a highly contested Pacific Rim trade pact, administration officials are increasingly casting the agreement as vital to helping U.S.
Will solar power transform electricity markets as significantly as shale transformed oil and gas? That is the question posed in a new study by Wood MacKenzie, an international energy research and consulting
In 2010, Citizens United v. Federal Election Commission, presented the best opportunity for the Roberts Court to use its five vote majority to totally re-write the face of politics in America, rolling
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World / Updated Feb. 6, 2015 / 3:14 PM GMT A wave of airstrikes against ISIS was just “the beginning” of Jordan’s retaliation for the burning death of a fighter pilot, its military declared while promising
Although demand for petroleum is up, U.S. stockpiles of oil surged by nearly 13 million barrels during the third week of January--a sign that lower oil prices may be more than a momentary blip on the radar.
Some fear the president's plan to rate universities would unfairly compromise funding for schools serving disadvantaged students. Much of the current ballyhoo in higher-education circles has centered President