Humans can’t see ultraviolet light – but lots of other animals can.
The longest-running study of its kind reviewed death records in the path of pollution from coal-fired power plants. The numbers are staggering − but also falling fast as US coal plants close.
Two social scientists analyzed periodicals from US religious leaders in 1935 to determine what factors influenced groups’ sympathy, ambivalence or outrage about Hitler and Nazi Germany.
The drive to remove Confederate monuments links those monuments to modern racism. An economic historian shows that the intent and effect of those monuments from inception was to perpetuate racism.
A nationally representative survey found that the share of nonprofits aware of their right to support or oppose legislation has fallen by more than half in the past 20 years.
You can count on Mama Ngina Kenyattta to defend the family name, in good times and bad.
Changing workplace culture and the way jobs are designed can stave off depression, anxiety and burnout.
A study of more than 200 social services and arts groups points to the severity of structural barriers.
As elections approach – and even after they’re done – there’s a lot of confusing, and deliberately misleading, information out there. Learn how to protect yourself.
Banyak pemimpin dunia, termasuk Vladimir Putin, dituding memplagiasi disertasi S3 mereka. Keputusan untuk mundur, menyangkal, atau mengabaikan tudingan tersebut mencerminkan karakter negara mereka.
An overwhelming majority of Ukrainians are not willing to negotiate over the territorial integrity of the country, even if it means peace.
The share price of gun-makers Smith & Wesson and Sturm Ruger both jumped after the Uvalde massacre. In the past, gun-makers were punished after a shooting, but things have changed.
An arms trade expert explains the wide variety of military aid nations around the world have sent to Ukraine.
A new study shows that when free-ranging cats are more than a few blocks from forested areas in cities, such as parks, they’re more likely to prey on rats than on native wildlife.
An education researcher explains how most school rating websites lack a key piece of information about school performance.
The Montreux Convention Regarding the Regime of the Straits gives Turkey control over the water route between the Black Sea and the Mediterranean.
Housing affordability has been an important public policy issue since the onset of the pandemic. Economist Emily Hamilton explains the research on some popular affordable housing policies.
Risky life-science projects need global governance. Unfortunately, current standards and practices are not up to the task.
Whether you want to win with as few guesses as possible, or you just want to figure out the right word before running out of turns, a scholar offers some tips.
Adama Barrow’s re-election in The Gambia was not unexpected. It, however, leaves the opposition with an uncertain path forward and signals the shrinking status of his predecessor, Yahya Jammeh.