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What is involuntary manslaughter? A law professor explains the charge facing...

Peter A. Joy, Washington University in St Louis A prosecutor in New Mexico intends to charge Alec Baldwin with...

Disney’s Black mermaid is no breakthrough – just look at the...

Jessica Pressman, San Diego State University Mermaids have become a cultural phenomenon, and clashes about mermaids and race have...

Resounding success of ‘Black Panther’ franchise says little about the dubious...

Phillip Lamarr Cunningham, Wake Forest University When Marvel Studios released “Black Panther” in February 2018, it marked the first...

‘Black Panther: Wakanda Forever’ continues the series’ quest to recover and...

Julian C. Chambliss, Michigan State University As someone who teaches and writes about Afrofuturism, I’ve been eagerly awaiting the...

Why is ‘Blonde’ – Netflix’s Marilyn Monroe biopic – rated NC-17...

Kevin Sandler, Arizona State University The NC-17 rating has historically been a film certification that’s bad for business due...

Cell towers have come to symbolize our deep collective anxieties

Steven Jones, University of South Florida The new movie “Fall” is a survival-thriller about two young women, Becky and...

5 unsung films that dramatize America’s rich labor history

Peter Dreier, Occidental College Unions are more popular now than at any time since 1965, and the U.S. is...

With threats of nuclear war and climate disaster growing, America’s ‘bunker...

David L. Pike, American University At the end of the Academy Award-nominated film “Don’t Look Up,” with a meteor...

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GOP health care bill would make rural America’s distress much worse

Claire Snell-Rood, University of California, Berkeley and Cathleen Willging, University of New Mexico Much has been made of the distress and discontent in rural areas...