Feinstein’s death raises the question: How are vacant Senate seats filled?
One US senator has died, another is facing criminal charges and one more is dealing with health problems. Who replaces a senator...
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...
Jim Croce’s brief time in the national spotlight was enough to put a bevy of songs in heavy rotation on radio...
Spending time in space can harm the human body − but scientists are working to mitigate these risks before sending people to Mars
Space can damage everything from your cardiovascular and nervous systems to your mental health – long voyages can feel isolating for...
Moms for Liberty: ‘Joyful warriors’ or anti-government conspiracists? The 2-year-old group could have a serious impact on the presidential race
Moms for Liberty, founded in 2021 and now boasting 120,000 members, could ride its conservative, limited-government message to a position of...
In some cases, it can be difficult for academics to know which journals are not credible – but other times, people...
EV sales growth points to oil demand peaking by 2030 − so why is the oil industry doubling down on production?
The International Energy Agency moved up the date when it expects oil demand to peak to before 2030. Electric vehicle growth...
As extreme downpours trigger flooding around the world, scientists take a closer look at global warming’s role
There’s a rule of thumb that rainfall intensity increases by about 7% per degree Celsius as temperatures rise. But the increase...
A scholar of digital religion explains why the use of AI isn’t necessarily displacing religious leadership: It is the clergy who...
What are ‘mule addresses’? Criminologists explain how vacant properties serve as depots for illegal online purchases
Buyers and sellers alike use this system to not get caught.
Earthquakes and other natural hazards are a risk everywhere – here’s how people are preparing in the US and around the world
One way to prevent the destruction wrought by a devastating earthquake – like the one that hit Morocco in September 2023...
Poetry and prose are prominent features in this course about how climate change is affecting the world.
The Biden administration has not ruled out diplomatic recognition of the Taliban. Doing so risks legitimizing the group’s rule without holding...
Genocide fears in Darfur are attracting little attention − have nations abandoned their responsibility to protect civilians?
The international community has also failed to protect civilians in Syria, South Sudan, the Democratic Republic of Congo, Yemen, Myanmar and...
India and Vietnam are partnering with the US to counter China − even as Biden claims that’s not his goal
US foreign policy initiatives in the Indo-Pacific seem focused on containing China and its influence.
Racial trauma has profound mental health consequence – a Black clinical psychologist explains and offers 5 ways to heal
Whether experienced directly or indirectly, racial incidents can trigger numerous psychological impacts on Black people, including lower self-esteem and anxiety.
When people hear the term ‘liberal arts,’ it may sound like a phrase with political overtones. A scholar of literature explains...
A therapist shares advice for harnessing your stress over climate change and other environmental harms and putting it to work.
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