Tufts University named Anthony P. Monaco, a physician, neuroscientist and a vice chancellor at the University of Oxford in England, as its next president.
Tufts University could lose government funding after breaking an agreement with the U.S. Education Department related to compliance with campus sexual assault and harassment regulations.
House Republicans are trying to roll back school-lunch nutrition requirements -- passed in 2010 with the backing of First Lady Michelle Obama -- saying the rules bust local budgets and micromanage what children eat.
In the end, not even the sales skills that helped Dov Charney turn a tiny T-shirt maker into a global apparel chain could save his job.
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