Louisiana Teachers Arrested For Alleged Threesome With Student
October 02 2014 6:25 PM EDT
Rachel Respess and Shelley Dufresne were arrested for a sex crime Wednesday after they allegedly had a threesome with a student.
Ebola Fears Keep Dallas Workers From Cleaning Up Patient's House
October 02 2014 6:00 PM EDT
As officials seek out at least 80 people who had contact with patient Thomas E. Duncan, school attendance in Dallas drops 10 percent.
Argentinian Peso Fall May Have Silver Lining
September 26 2014 6:09 AM EDT
The decline of the Argentinian peso versus the dollar could have a silver lining for Argentinian farmers and exporters.
Students Get Office 365 For Free
September 22 2014 5:18 PM EDT
The free subscription to Office 365 ProPlus includes access to the full versions of Word, PowerPoint and OneNote.
Watch: 'It's On Us' White House Campaign
September 19 2014 11:05 AM EDT
The White House has enlisted celebrities to help promote a new campaign aiming to end sexual assaults on college campuses.
MacArthur Awards Go To A Diverse Assortment Of Fellows
September 17 2014 8:43 AM EDT
“They expand our view of what is possible, and they inspire us to apply our own talents and imagination," according to the fellowship program.
Scholarly Report Declares Texas Schoolbooks Biased And Inaccurate
September 12 2014 11:45 AM EDT
A liberal group says Texas textbooks contain inaccurate and biased interpretations of U.S. history, government and world religions.
Sallie Mae Offshoot Navient Takes Charge Of Student Loans
September 11 2014 5:45 PM EDT
After bad press for Sallie Mae, Navient takes charge of student loans.
Professor Salaita Reinstatement Appeal Denied
September 11 2014 5:15 PM EDT
The University of Illinois board voted almost unanimously to deny Steven Salaita's appeal to be reinstated.
Planet's Ozone Layer Is Recovering, UN Report Says
September 11 2014 2:25 AM EDT
A study published by environmental regulators has said that the ozone layer around the Earth is recovering.
The University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign has offered a financial settlement to Professor Steven Salaita, whose tweets against Israel cost him a job
September 05 2014 12:01 PM EDT
The University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign has offered Professor Steven Salaita a settlement for withdrawing a job offer after he tweeted anti-Israel opinions.
Apple Stock Price Falls Amid Nude Photo iCloud Hack Scandal
September 03 2014 11:38 AM EDT
Apple's reputation was sullied after iCloud’s role in a hack that resulted in the release of nude photos of Jennifer Lawrence.
Bitcoin Promoter Will Plead Guilty In Silk Road Case
August 29 2014 7:46 PM EDT
Charlie Shrem will admit unlicensed money transmission, his lawyer says.
Janet Yellen's Jackson Hole Speech As A Word Cloud
August 22 2014 10:44 AM EDT
Here's a word cloud generated from the text of Fed Chair's speech.
UK Aims For Central Role In Bitcoin Trading
August 06 2014 12:18 PM EDT
The Treasury report expected this fall will highlight benefits and downsides associated with bitcoin and other digital currencies.
Growing Open Data Movement Could Mean Big Bucks
August 01 2014 2:29 PM EDT
Researchers think that open data could mean trillions in economic growth.
A Tale Of Two Nigerias
July 31 2014 2:59 PM EDT
Now the largest economy in Africa, Nigeria's lasting progress is only discouraged by Boko Haram's pervasive violence.
Foreigners Can Soon Buy Saudi Stock, But With Restrictions
July 22 2014 9:29 AM EDT
The biggest stock market in the Middle East is one of the few that's remained closed to foreign investment.
California Led Job Growth In June, Followed By Texas And Florida
July 21 2014 1:23 PM EDT
All four major regions of the United States added more jobs in June than their averages of the past year, a monthly report by employee benefits firm ADP indicates.
New Sanctions Cause Russian Shares And Ruble To Tumble
July 17 2014 5:17 AM EDT
The new U.S. sanctions effectively shut off medium- and longer-term dollar funding for companies close to Vladimir Putin.