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A volcanic eruption 39 million years ago buried a forest in...

Deborah Woodcock, Clark University and Herb Meyer, National Park Service In the hills outside the small village of Sexi,...

Urban oil wells linked to asthma and other health problems in...

Jill Johnston, University of Southern California and Bhavna Shamasunder, Occidental College When California Gov. Gavin Newsom announced a goal...

How student-designed video games made me rethink how I teach history

Adam Clulow, The University of Texas at Austin College of Liberal Arts Imagine you’re a young samurai in Japan...

Ancient leaves preserved under a mile of Greenland’s ice – and...

Andrew Christ, University of Vermont and Paul Bierman, University of Vermont In 1963, inside a covert U.S. military base...

Utility Power Player Jake Elmore has made MLB history and baseball...

He's been right in front of you, all these years. Fifteen. That's how many players have played all nine...

Incitement to violence is rarely explicit – here are some techniques...

H. Colleen Sinclair, Mississippi State University As senators plan for an impeachment trial in which former President Donald Trump is accused of inciting his supporters...

How the shadow of slavery still hangs over global finance

Philip Roscoe, University of St Andrews When the infamous Zong trial began in 1783, it laid bare the toxic relationship between finance and slavery. It...

Monuments ‘expire’ – but offensive monuments can become powerful history lessons

Alan Marcus, University of Connecticut and Walter Woodward, University of Connecticut Historical monuments are intended to be timeless, but almost all have an expiration date....

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Vaccine guilt is good – as long it doesn’t stop you...

Elizabeth Lanphier, University of Cincinnati College of Medicine Over 100 million Americans have now received at least one dose...