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More than 2,000 Chinese pharmacist candidates were caught cheating during a national licensing exam. Photo by Flickr user Nina J. G China was shaken earlier this month by an elaborate cheating scam, involving high tech methods and more than 2,000...
A fragment from Amelia Earhart’s plane may bring researchers one step closer to solving her mysterious disappearance. After 77 years of searching, researchers announced they are one big step closer to knowing where aviation pioneer Amelia...
Watch VideoThis report was produced by Sydney Trattner and Francois Bringer, with consulting producer Mark Carter. The post A felony for a selfie? Teen sexts pose a paradox for police appeared first on PBS NewsHour.
Senate. Argh. House of Representatives. Ugh. Americans, clearly questioning the value and usefulness of their members of Congress, should take heart in another aspect of the democratic process — the scores of ballot measures that could have...
Letter-shaming is the latest tactic being used to get drive Alaskans to the polls. Photo by Flickr user Lynn D. Rosentrater. Editor’s Note: As a contentious U.S. Senate race plays out in their backyards, Alaska voters are receiving...
Cabinet ministers in Zambia have appointed Vice President Guy Scott to serve as an interim-president of the African country, making him Africa’s first white head of state since apartheid. The news of his appointment was announced on Thursday,...