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Turnitin And The Debate Over Anti-Plagiarism Software
One company and its algorithms are changing the way America's schools handle classroom ethics.
In Ferguson, Court Fines And Fees Fuel Anger
The protests in Ferguson are a response to the shooting death of Michael Brown, but the heavy use of court fines and fees helps explain why there's so much anger directed at local police.
Could A 2-Year-Old Boy Be 'Patient Zero' For The Ebola Outbreak?
Scientists now think the entire outbreak in West Africa was triggered by one person and then the virus took off from there. Early signs pointed to a little boy in southern Guinea.
Despite Crackdowns, China's President Rides A Wave Of Popularity
President Xi Jinping has suppressed Internet speech, imposed greater censorship and jailed critics. But his battle against corruption has made him broadly popular among ordinary Chinese.
To Make A Move North, Burger King Eyes Buying A Canadian Icon
The fast-food restaurant operator Burger King has announced that it's in talks to buy Tim Horton's, a Canadian chain of restaurants. The acquisition would likely herald the move of Burger King's headquarters to Canada, in an attempted tax inversion.
A New Strain Of Ebola Emerges In Democratic Republic Of Congo
A new outbreak of Ebola is being reported in the Democratic Republic of Congo. But scientists say it's not related to the Ebola epidemic going on in West Africa.
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