The U.S. News & World Report was dominated by American schools, followed by institutions in China, Britain and Germany.
US authorities are investigating an alleged scheme linked to real estate developments in the Asian gambling hub of Macau, according to the Wall Street Journal.
The cars could be ready by the 2020 Tokyo Olympics, and may be a blessing in a nation with a large ageing population.
Hadi al-Amiri, a leader of the Iran-backed Badr Organization, said Monday that Russia, unlike the U.S., “is moving in a very serious way” against the Islamic State group in Syria.
Former National Security Agency contractor Edward Snowden, now in exile in Russia, says he would agree to prison time in exchange for being able to return to the U.S.
More than 40 percent of new arrivals in the past five years held at least a bachelor’s degree, compared with 20 percent in 1970, Census Bureau data show.
As the Trans-Pacific Partnership advanced Monday, labor advocates noted that Washington has failed to enforce the labor standards of past trade deals.
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