July, 2019

  • 11 July

    How Much is Your Data Worth to Tech Companies?

    If lawmakers want to tackle data privacy, they need to regulate not just data monetization, but more widely address the value and cost of data in people’s lives.

June, 2019

  • 19 June

    Sleep Training for Your Kids: Why and How it Works

    Adults are not the only people in the US who have problems with sleep – babies and children suffer from loss of sleep, too. Two pediatric sleep experts explain how you can help your little ones.

  • 17 June

    No African American has Won Statewide Office in Mississippi in 129 Years – Here’s Why

    Despite being home to the highest percentage of African Americans of any state in the country, Mississippi hasn’t elected an African American candidate to statewide office since 1890.

  • 16 June

    Companies’ Self-regulation Doesn’t Have to be Bad for the Public

    A Nobel Prize-winning political economist found a way to promote good governance and protect users without the need for heavy-handed government regulation.

  • 14 June

    What Does the Trump Administration Want from Iran?

    Two oil tankers were attacked on June 13 off the coast of Oman, forcing the crew members of one burning ship to flee. It was the latest in a series of assaults on tankers transporting oil through the Gulf. In May, Saudi, Norwegian and Emirati oil tankers were attacked off the coast of the United Arab Emirates, causing damage but …

  • 13 June

    Why Defense Department is Worried About Climate Change?

    Climate change should be front and center in U.S. national security debates. Cutting Pentagon greenhouse gas emissions will help save lives in the United States, and could diminish the risk of climate conflict.

  • 11 June

    Trump Could Win Again in 2020

    Americans may again see something that, statistically speaking, has never been seen before. Approval ratings have high correlations with predicting the next president, but with Trump, the numbers are outside any historical trends.

  • 9 June

    5 Facts To Know About Child Care in Rural America

    Improved access to quality child care would support economic security in rural communities, which have unique child care needs.

  • 8 June

    Convicts are Returning to Farming – Anti-immigrant Policies are the Reason

    As current anti-immigrant policies diminish the supply of migrant workers, farmers are not able to find the labor they need. So prison systems have responded by leasing convicts to growers desperate for workers.

  • 1 June

    Can Ogallala Aquifer Survive Drought and Pollution?

    The high plains aquifer, also known as the Ogallala aquifer, is one of the largest in the nation and the primary source of water for a vast stretch of our agricultural heartland. But what exactly is an aquifer, and how does it work? Many imagine a giant underground lake—in fact, the Ogallala is sometimes referred to as the sixth Great …