Catastrophic accidents at power plants have heightened fears about the safety of nuclear energy, but environmentalists and others are giving it renewed attention as a way to fight global warming.
Midterm elections, often a referendum on the sitting president’s agenda, can set the stage for future policy debates. Economic and social issues with roots in the 1994 midterms are still being debated today.
What obligation does the United States have toward people who are uprooted by war?
Efforts to clamp down on White House leaks to the press follow a pattern that was set during the Nixon era after the publication of the Pentagon Papers.
This collection of resources contains four original short films, each accompanied by a lesson plan and student activity. In addition, you will find a recording of our Educator Webinar and links to our partner resources. 9/11 Heroes: Surviving the Biggest Attack on U.S. Soil Seconds after the World Trade Center towers were attacked, New York […]
Dr. Larry Brilliant, who helped eradicate smallpox, says past epidemics can teach us to fight coronavirus.
Skepticism and fear surrounding vaccines were fed by a flawed study done in 1998 linking the MMR vaccine to autism. The study was quickly discredited, we’re still dealing with the repercussions.
Why don’t people intervene when they encounter violence streaming live online?
When N.F.L. players, starting with Colin Kaepernick, took a knee during the National Anthem to protest they ignited an uproar over injecting politics onto the playing field.
Our social media addiction is explained by theories pioneered by B.F. Skinner decades ago.