Oxford Islamic Scholar Accused Of Sexually Assaulting Three Women

World | Joshua Gill
Author Tariq Ramadan is seen during an interview with Reuters in New York April 8, 2010. Ramadan, a Swiss citizen of Egyptian origin who was born in Switzerland, has written extensively on Western Muslims and on Islam. He is president of the thinktank European Muslim Network in Brussels and teaches at Britain's Oxford University. REUTERS/Mike Segar

‘Thought I was going to die’

Oxford English Dictionary Adds 'Woke' And 'Post-Truth'

US | Rob Shimshock
University of Missouri Black Lives Matter protest Getty Images/Michael B. Thomas

‘Alert to racial or social discrimination and injustice’

New UK Survey Finds Strong Support For Safe Spaces, Trigger Warnings

Education | Anders Hagstrom
Students protest under the statue of Cecil Rhodes outside Oriel College in Oxford University, March 9, 2016

‘Higher education institutions should redouble their efforts to discuss the … limits to free speech’

Oxford Tells Writers Not To Write About Pigs To Avoid Offending Muslims

Education | Alex Griswold

E. B. White hardest hit

Seeing double: The 9 most famous twins [SLIDESHOW] - TheDC

Entertainment | Juan Williams

Inspired by the Winklevosses and their Facebook saga, we decided to look back at the most famous identical twins of all-time

A bad day for Allah - TheDC

US | Ruth Graham

Hitchens, Ramadan debate whether Islam – or any faith – can be called a ‘religion of peace’

Spy's cover blown, action figure style - AOL News

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Topless Anna Chapman Doll turns Russian spy into action figure

Kagan: Those who can't do, teach

Opinion | Ron Meyer

We must be skeptical about people whom arise out of this section of academia. Kagan’s only qualifications are her connections to powerful people.

Armenian cave yields what may be world's oldest leather shoe - CNN

World | Julia McClatchy (admin)

The 5,500-year-old one-piece shoe antedates Stonehenge by a millennium and precedes every loafer, mukluk, wader, clog, bootee, stiletto, wingtip, mule, Oxford and cross trainer anyone has ever seen

Miami of Ohio sororities party the hardest - Cincinnati Enquirer

US | interns

Miami University President David Hodge has called for changes in policies and standards of Greek organizations after two sorority formals turned into drunken puke fests

UK, U.S. and their special relationship

Energy | Karyn McDermott

Obama and Cameron would do well to rely on their similarities of temperament and ‘big picture’ outlook than run the risk of petty minutiae sidetracking them from what will be real and lasting global change. Perhaps this is the ‘change’ we voted for

Thai troops pull back from protest clashes; 5 dead - AP

World | Julia McClatchy (admin)

Thai soldiers and police fought pitched battles Saturday night with anti-government demonstrators in streets enveloped in tear gas, but troops later retreated and asked protesters to do the same

‘Chef’ Pollan serves up lousy food advice

Opinion | Richard Berman

Self-styled food Guru Michael Pollan’s latest rant against the modern American diet lists 64 rules for healthy eating, a comprehensive list of eating restrictions that would make even the most prolific food scolds blush

Barry Hannah dies at age 67 in Mississippi - AP

Entertainment | Pat McMahon

Author Barry Hannah, whose fiction was laced with dark humor and populated by hard-drinking Southerners, died Monday at his home in Oxford, Miss. He was 67.

Ways to Make Higher Education More Affordable

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President Obama has proposed a new plan to cap student loan payments at 10 percent of the borrower’s discretionary income. Borrowers with incomes below 150 percent of the federal poverty line (or approximately $33,000) would be required to make no payment, and the balance of a borrower’s loan would be forgiven after 20 years for a private-sector