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There is a rising number of predatory journals in academia, challenging scholars to determine which publications are legitimate. Marat Musabitov/Getty Images

Rising number of ‘predatory’ academic journals undermines research and public trust in scholarship

In some cases, it can be difficult for academics to know which journals are not credible – but other times, people feel pressure to publish in these publications.
President Joe Biden eats an ice cream cone at a Baskin-Robbins in Portland, Ore., in October 2022. Carolyn Kaster/AP

The president loves ice cream, and a senator has a new girlfriend – these personal details may seem trivial, but can help reduce political polarization

When politicians talk more about their personal lives and less about politics, it makes people from the opposing side of the political line see them as people and like them more.
People wait in line at a COVID-19 vaccination clinic in Montréal in June 2021. Attitudes toward COVID-19 guidance evolved over the course of the pandemic. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Graham Hughes

The illusion and implications of ‘just following the science’ COVID-19 messaging

During the pandemic, it was common for politicians to explain their COVID-19 policies by saying they were ‘just following the science.’ Such claims can be misleading about both science and government.
Left or right: that will be the choice of Spanish voters in the early general elections on July 23, which could see a far-right party enter government. (AP Photo/Manu Fernandez)

Early elections in Spain: The socialists’ risky bet against the rising power of the right

If the conservatives win the election and Vox holds the balance of power, the far right will take part in a governmental coalition for the first time since the consolidation of Spanish democracy.

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