In the face of overwhelming evidence, it's time to admit the obvious.
"Why throw money at problems?" as Kurt Vonnegut once said. "That is what money is for."
In his State of the Union address Tuesday night, the president touched on his community-college proposal but failed to provide specifics.
It's getting sweeter in the South—and at one university in particular.
A workshop is teaching students how to handle confrontations with law enforcement, but some fear the class only reinforces negative stereotypes of cops.
Stupid cat videos? Pointless tweets? Copying others' work? That's all fair game in this University of Pennsylvania class.
The talented rapper's newest record 2014 Forest Hills Drive suggests that he might never find his throne in a genre of self-proclaimed kings—but that's not necessarily a bad thing.
Fifteen years after he broke onto the scene, the legendary rapper often sounds like a caricature of his former self.
Transforming a lecture into a more active experience is one possible way of fixing STEM's diversity dilemma.
The sport's fandom is vast, fanatical, and fans want to watch however they can. So stopping illegal streaming is going to require more than strict regulations and software.
An interview with the president of the Central European University, John Shattuck
American entrepreneurs have created a popular alternative to Kenya's dismal public schools. The key: handing out e-readers and making sure teachers recite every page.
As they teach the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, instructors have to point out underlying assumptions—starting with their own.
With a combination of humor and fearlessness, Last Week Tonight has done an unlikely thing: spurred action.
Karim Abouelnaga, the founder of Practice Makes Perfect, explains how he became obsessed with the knowledge kids lose during long vacations.
Karim Abouelnaga, the founder of Practice Makes Perfect, talks about his organization's efforts to help kids retain knowledge during long summer vacations.
The Argentinian star is one of soccer's greats. But he just narrowly missed out on an opportunity to cement his legacy and prove skeptical countrymen wrong.