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Canadian trucker protests show how the loudest voices in the room...

Matthew Jordan, Penn State and Sydney Forde, Penn State After Canadian truckers upset with vaccination mandates made their way...

Fact-checking may be important, but it won’t help Americans learn to...

Taylor Dotson, New Mexico Tech Entering the new year, Americans are increasingly divided. They clash not only over differing...

Nobel Peace Prize for journalists serves as reminder that freedom of...

Kathy Kiely, University of Missouri-Columbia Thirty-two years ago next month, I was in Germany reporting on the fall of...

What schools teach about 9/11 and the war on terror

Jeremy Stoddard, University of Wisconsin-Madison and Diana Hess, University of Wisconsin-Madison The phrase “Never Forget” is often associated with...

Why Trump’s challenges to democracy will be a big problem for...

James D. Long, University of Washington and Victor Menaldo, University of Washington When a mob attacked the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6 and stopped Congress...

Populism erupts when people feel disconnected and disrespected

Noam Gidron, Hebrew University of Jerusalem and Peter A. Hall, Harvard University American society is riven down the middle. In the 2020 presidential election, 81...

Faked videos shore up false beliefs about Biden’s mental health

Dustin Carnahan, Michigan State University From Ronald Reagan in 1984 to Bob Dole in 1996 and even Hillary Clinton in 2016, candidate health has become...

Who formally declares the winner of the U.S. presidential election?

Amy Dacey, American University With the U.S. presidential election rapidly approaching at a time of extraordinary political and social disruption, the possibility of an unclear...

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Our laws don’t do enough to protect our health data

Sharona Hoffman, Case Western Reserve University Have you ever wondered why your computer often shows you ads that seem tailor-made for your interests? The answer...