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Eleven Wesleyan University students were hospitalized this weekend after believing to have ingested “Molly,” a street drug considered a pure form of ecstasy. Increased use of the drug has been worrying college campuses across the U.S....
Technicians work inside of the Esfahan uranium conversion facility in Iran. The facility turns converts uranium into a hexaflouride gas, which is then enriched in centrifuges. A two-phase U.S.-Iran nuclear deal is taking shape that would see...
Hartwick College in Oneonta, New York, has just 1,500 students but President Margaret Drugovich estimates the schools spends $297,800 and 7,200 staff work hours to comply with what critics call onerous government regulation and reporting...
President Barack Obama told U.S. governors on Monday that a Department of Homeland Security shutdown would adversely affect their states’ economies. Photo by Andrew Harrer/Bloomberg/Getty Images WASHINGTON — President Barack Obama warned the...
Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson said if Congress fails to agree to a new budget for his department by the end of Friday, inaction by lawmakers would lead to staff furloughs that could harm the U.S. response to terrorist threats. Photo by...
U.S. Secretary of Defense Ashton Carter, seen here testifying before a Senate Armed Services Committee confirmation hearing on Feb. 4, 2015, convened a war council on Monday to discuss a new strategy of tackling Islamic State militants. Photo by...