by Esther Yu-Hsi Lee May 2, 2016
"Tragically this was entirely predictable,” a refugee advocate said.
by Alan Pyke May 2, 2016
Los Angeles County Sheriff Jim McDonnell initially stood by his chief of staff when newspapers revealed his history of sending racist emails to coworkers.
by Casey Quinlan May 2, 2016
Detroit teachers are staging "sick-outs" again after Detroit Public Schools announced there isn't money left for teacher salaries after June.
by Jessica Goldstein May 2, 2016
How he thinks Gary sees Selina: "She is the perfect candidate, I don't why America hasn't woken up to her magnificence."
by Natasha Geiling May 2, 2016
"For the first time, a U.S. court not only recognized the extraordinary harms young people are facing due to climate change, but ordered an agency to do something about it."
by Alex Zielinski May 2, 2016
"When you lose 10 percent of your funding, the expectations of the community are not that you are 10 percent less responsive to their needs. They expect you to be just as capable today as tomorrow."
"We need to change our relationship with technology and our prioritization of sleep so we don’t damage both our health and our grades."
by Bryan Dewan May 2, 2016
Legacy preference policies have a tarnished history, do little good for the colleges that employ them, and effectively serve as a form of affirmative action for the wealthy.
by Joe Romm May 2, 2016
Gates has positioned himself as a major player on energy, which means his confused pronouncements could have serious consequences in the public debate.
by Ian Millhiser May 2, 2016
Three months ago, this term was setting up to be a bloodbath for liberals. Then Justice Scalia died.