Despite generational and policy differences between today’s Democratic candidates, all 20 who made it onto the debate stage over two nights in Miami professed a Rooseveltian understanding of the ills facing the nation.
As the computing industry grapples with its role in society, many people, both in the field and outside it, are talking about a crisis of ethics.
Research on economic incentive deals found that companies often challenge public record requests and renegotiate renegotiated contracts, all while avoiding public scrutiny.
Large donations by rich philanthropists and foundations generally have benefited only a handful of new startups and nationally focused nonprofit media.
Many of us have already decided that things will be different in 2019.
People who consume local news are more likely to vote, contact local officials, and participate in other forms of civic and democratic engagement.
Anti-vaccine activities appear to be more of a western phenomenon, especially in the Pacific Northwest and the American Southwest, including Texas.
Food waste is receiving increasing attention from managers, activists, policymakers, and scholars, who call it a global social problem.
Halloween used to be kid stuff. To quit dressing up was an important rite of passage. It meant you were one step closer to becoming an adult.
Unlike the much-studied millennials, we don’t know much about Generation Z, who now make up most of the 18- to 24-year-old voting bloc.