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How to steer money for drinking water and sewer upgrades to...

Andrian Lee, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee and Melissa Scanlan, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee When storms like Hurricane Ian strike, many people...

Supreme Court signals shift on abortion – but will it strike...

Morgan Marietta, University of Massachusetts Lowell The Supreme Court justices signaled a potential major shift on abortion law on...

Nearly 60 million Americans don’t drink their tap water, research suggests...

Asher Rosinger, Penn State Imagine seeing a news report about lead contamination in drinking water in a community that...

Will children in your state get the support they need? It...

Heather L. Hanna, Mississippi State University The first three years of a child’s life are the most crucial for brain development. In fact, children raised...

Misery and memory in Glendora, Mississippi: How poverty is reshaping the...

Dave Tell, University of Kansas In August of 1955, Emmett Till was lynched in the Mississippi Delta. The 14-year-old African American reportedly whistled at a...

US sanctions on Venezuelan oil could cut the output of refineries...

Eric Smith, Tulane University U.S. sanctions against Venezuela’s state-owned oil and gas company, along with some government officials and executives, are intended to put pressure...

‘Coming of Age in Mississippi’ still speaks to nation’s racial discord,...

Leigh Ann Wheeler, Binghamton University, State University of New York Most memoirs are soon forgotten. A rare exception is Anne Moody’s “Coming of Age in Mississippi,”...

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Floating cycleway plan more of a tourist attraction than real commuter...

By Miles Tight, University of Birmingham Plans for a new £600m “floating” cycle route along the edge of the River Thames in London have been...