Media mogul Rupert Murdoch resigns − extending Joe Biden’s ongoing good luck streak with the media
While President Joe Biden has low approval ratings, few other American presidents − with the exception of FDR and Warren Harding −...
States sometimes choose to pay for the release of their citizens held hostage abroad – but there could be profound, long-term...
‘Journey to the West’: Why the classic Chinese novel’s mischievous monkey – and his very human quest – has inspired centuries of adaptations
There is a long tradition in China of associating monkeys with the mind – symbolism that has helped the novel’s most...
AI poses a variety of ethical conundrums, but the NASA teams working on Mars rovers exemplify an ethic of care and...
Kevin McCarthy’s leadership is an open question as budget shutdown looms and GOP infighting takes center stage
An expert on Congress helps untangle the mess that is Kevin McCarthy’s life as speaker of the House right now.
Traffic tickets can be profitable, and fairness isn’t the bottom line in city courts where judges impose the fines
Research shows police officers issue more traffic tickets and judges impose more fines when their city gets the money and when...
G20 summit proved naysayers wrong – and showed Global South’s potential to address world’s biggest problems
The G20 has its critics, but an expert on international politics explains why it still performs a useful function – particularly...
Educators say student misconduct has increased − but progressive reforms or harsher punishments alone won’t fix the problem
Debates about school discipline have become polarized between proponents of restorative justice and those who believe a get-tough approach is required.
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The Federal Reserve held off hiking interest rates – it may still be too early to start popping the corks
News of a soft landing may be premature.
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Wildfire risk is soaring for low-income, elderly and other vulnerable populations in California, Washington and Oregon
Alarmingly, about half the people exposed to wildfires in Washington and Oregon were those least able to afford to protect their...
Depression recovery can be hard to measure − new research on deep brain stimulation shows how objective biomarkers could help make treatment more precise
Deep brain stimulation can help some people with treatment-resistant depression feel better, but it can be unclear whether a bout of...
Los lingüistas han identificado un nuevo dialecto del inglés que está surgiendo en el sur de Florida
Surgió del contacto continuado con hispanohablantes nativos que traducían directamente frases del español al inglés, una forma de préstamo lingüístico denominada...
While Americans tend not to use the word “peace,” and instead opt for terms like “safety and security,” their desires and...
Your unique body odor could identify who you are and provide insights into your health – all from the touch of a hand
Human scent could one day be used as evidence in forensics and as diagnostic information in medicine.
Why India fears the Khalistan movement and how Canada became embroiled in diplomatic spat over killing of Sikh separatist
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau spoke of ‘credible allegations’ of Indian involvement in a Sikh leader’s death.
The Proud Boys are more of a loosely affiliated street gang than they are a unified right-wing militia, researchers say. But...
Morocco is grappling not just with the loss of lives from the recent earthquake, but with the destruction of its cultural...
Take a break from your screen and look at plants − botanizing is a great way to engage with life around you
Botanizing is the practice of observing and appreciating plant life. Two plant scientists explain how it benefits people and the planet.
While most board games are designed for one person to win, climate change games are about saving the world.
Art and science entwined: This course explores the long, interrelated history of two ways of seeing the world
Art and science may seem like opposites, but throughout history the disciplines have fed off each other − and still do...
Morocco’s earthquake and Libya’s floods highlight obstacles to relief efforts, from botched disaster diplomacy to destroyed infrastructure
With Morocco, there’s stronger bureaucracy, and in Libya, authorities are weaker. But, as a scholar who has worked in both countries...
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