A new report from New York University faculty claims the college is charging students excessive fees and tuition and spending the money on inflated salaries for administration, luxury housing for some faculty, and extensive real estate acquisitions.
Biotech company Monsanto is helping fund a “reporter boot camp” that will be hosted by the National Press Foundation, featuring an all-expense-paid journalism conference called “Food, From Farm to Table.”
On Saturday night in the Wiener Stadthalle in Vienna the grand final of the 60th Eurovision Song Contest takes place. Twenty-seven countries, not all of European, will compete for the prize, won last year by the Austrian ‘bearded lady’ Conchita Wurst.
The Los Angeles City Council agreed to raise the city’s minimum wage by more than a dollar per hour each year until the amount reaches $15 an hour by 2020, city officials said on Tuesday. The measure would affect the finances of 800,000 people.
Today, with police violence and discrimination against African Americans proliferating, the world celebrates the legacy of one of the greatest black leaders to have ever lived, Malcolm X, who was born on May 19, 1925.
Bill and Hillary Clinton earned roughly $30 million since January 2014, mostly from giving speeches on the lecture circuit to corporations, banks and other organizations, according to disclosures filed with federal elections officials.
An oil leak that occurred when an offshore platform toppled during Hurricane Ivan in 2004 has continued to spill oil into the Gulf of Mexico – and could keep leaking for another 100 years, according to documents obtained by The Associated Press.
A day after Democrats stalled President Barack Obama’s trade agenda, Senate leaders reached a deal to vote on two controversial bills before moving to a wide-open debate on granting the White House “fast-track” authority to negotiate future trade deals.
The US wants to have an international society and a nationally-oriented security apparatus at the same time, and innocent people get caught in a mix of this contradictory element within American society, Richard Spencer of AlternativeRight.com told RT.
Robotic pets could replace the real things in a few decades, according to an Australian based researcher. An increasingly urbanized population could mean real animals remain only for the super-rich, and robotic imitations could become the norm.
Statistics tell their own story: during the Battle of Stalingrad the Red Army lost more soldiers than the British and the Americans throughout the whole of WWII, Second World War historian Professor Geoffrey Roberts told RT’s In the Now show.