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K-12 schools need to take cyberattacks more seriously

Nir Kshetri, University of North Carolina – Greensboro Teachers in Baltimore County Public Schools knew something was wrong late in the day on Nov. 24...

Repatriating the archives: Lumbee scholars find their people and bring them...

Ashley Minner, University of Maryland, Baltimore County and Jessica R. Locklear, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Following World War II, thousands of Lumbee...

Could a national buyback program reduce gun violence in America?

Lacey Wallace, Pennsylvania State University Americans own nearly half of the world’s guns, with approximately 120 firearms for every 100 U.S. residents. Gun control policies may...

There’s a dark political history to language that strips people of...

William A. Donohue, Michigan State University Dehumanizing language often precedes genocide. One tragic example: Extreme dehumanizing language was a strong contributor to the 1994 genocide in...

Why states and cities should stop handing out billions in economic...

Nathan Jensen, University of Texas at Austin U.S. states and cities hand out tens of billions in taxpayer dollars every year to companies as economic...

Hackers seek ransoms from Baltimore and communities across the US

Richard Forno, University of Maryland, Baltimore County The people of Baltimore are beginning their fifth week under an electronic siege that has prevented residents from...

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How an ancient Islamic holiday became uniquely Caribbean

Ken Chitwood, University of Florida A throng of Trinidadians line up along the streets of St. James and Cedros to admire the vibrant floats with...