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Some chocolate has a dark side to it – child labor

Robert C Ulin, Rochester Institute of Technology Chocolate makes for a perfect gift, a comforting snack and even a...

Fewer Americans are hunting, and that raises hard questions about funding...

John Casellas Connors, Texas A&M University and Christopher Rea, The Ohio State University Gun and ammunition sales in the...

FIFA’s suspension of Russia is a rarity – but one that...

Stefan Szymanski, University of Michigan The decision by FIFA on Feb. 28, 2022, to suspend Russia from international competition...

Think therapy is navel-gazing? Think again

Steven Sandage, Boston University Midway through a recent lecture about my psychology research, a bright graduate student voiced a...

R. Kelly was aided by a network of complicity – common...

Peggy Cunningham, Dalhousie University and Minette Drumwright, University of Texas at Austin R&B singer R. Kelly was found guilty...

20 years of ‘forever’ wars have left a toll on US...

Marian Eide, Texas A&M University Military service members returning from America’s “forever” wars in Iraq and Afghanistan have often...

Faith still shapes morals and values even after people are ‘done’...

Philip Schwadel, University of Nebraska-Lincoln and Sam Hardy, Brigham Young University Religion forms a moral foundation for billions of...

Is tax avoidance ethical? Asking on behalf of a few billionaire...

Erin Bass, University of Nebraska Omaha Some of the U.S.‘s wealthiest individuals reportedly pay just a tiny fraction of...

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How activists are fighting racial disparities in school discipline

Mark R Warren, University of Massachusetts Boston Harsh and racially disparate discipline practices are widespread in America’s schools. Not so long ago in Texas, for instance,...