A recent study that showed that 110 of 111 brains of deceased NFL players had a serious brain disease raised concerns once again about concussions.
Despite numerous reversals of Obama-era guidelines, little has come in the way of tangible policy.
How do you prevent urban sprawl? Researchers look to a program in New Mexico for an answer.
A scholar of southern politics finds inspiration in an unexpected place.
Five years after a major sexism scandal, Silicon Valley’s misogynist culture remains strong and pervasive.
The demands of black people in 2017 remain the same as they did in 1917.
An ancient Roman fable imagines a cinaedus, well-known for his brazen effeminacy, fighting heroically.
Jeffrey Horner reflects on the riots that erupted just miles from his home, but worlds away.
Research from the University of Chicago demonstrates that police forces that are resistant to reforms have considerable power to undermine them.
If we want to successfully respond to the demand, we must find ways to quickly conduct meaningful and targeted research on this unique population.
Tuition fees and student loans became an essential part of the equation only as Americans came to believe in a different purpose for higher education.
Enforcing republican liberty is not inconsistent with the idea that government should be neutral between controversial conceptions of the good.
Rhetoric politicians use after terrorist attacks is correlated closely to sharp increases and decreases in hate crimes.
Millions of people spend at least some of their adulthood not having sex. Shervin Assari explores the research.
Stepfathers can play a supportive role in the home by being a patient and caring presence.
In the same way people think of Marie Curie or Jane Goodall as scientific pioneers, Maryam Mirzakhani will go down in history as a trailblazer.