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Benjamin Chrisinger

A legacy of inequality in medical education

Fueled by the Supreme Court’s June 2023 ruling that bans affirmative action in higher education, conservative lawmakers across the country have advanced their own...
Ronald Sievert

Trump has point about political prosecution

The facts and the law behind New York District Attorney Alvin Bragg’s successful prosecution of Donald Trump could be argued at length. But as...
Brian J. Connelly

A different approach to a housing crisis

In recent years, Colorado has been a poster child for the U.S. housing crisis. Previously a relatively affordable state, it has seen home prices...
Christopher Niezrecki

The good, the bad and the opportunity in offshore wind

America’s first large-scale offshore wind farms began sending power to the Northeast earlier this year, but a wave of wind farm project cancellations and...
­Christopher Decker

New inflation figures are good sign for economy

The U.S. economy is slowing, but not crashing. In the dismal science, this is what counts as good news. That’s the message I took away...
Miranda Kitterlin-Lynch

Costs of workplace violence too high to ignore

Violence and harassment on the job are all too common. More than 1 in 5 workers worldwide have experienced it, according to the International...
Sarah ­Florini

Banning TikTok won’t solve social media’s foreign influence

When President Joe Biden signed a $95 billion foreign aid bill into law on April 24, it started the clock on a nine-month window...
Robert Samuels

Grad rates for low-income students lag while their debt soars

A recent federal study on graduation rates for American colleges and universities shows that 40% of all students did not earn a degree or...

Coastal wetlands can’t keep pace with sea-level rise

Wetlands have flourished along the world’s coastlines for thousands of years, playing valuable roles in the lives of people and wildlife. They protect the...
James ­Morton Turner

Green manufacturing boom in U.S. has a big problem

Panasonic’s new $4 billion battery factory in De Soto, Kan., is designed to be a model of sustainability – it’s an all-electric factory. When...
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