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How Joe Rogan became podcasting’s Goliath

Matt Sienkiewicz, Boston College and Nick Marx, Colorado State University Comedian and podcaster Joe Rogan is caught in a...

How Joe Rogan became podcasting’s Goliath

Matt Sienkiewicz, Boston College and Nick Marx, Colorado State University Comedian and podcaster Joe Rogan is caught in a...

More companies pledge ‘net-zero’ emissions to fight climate change, but what...

Amrou Awaysheh, Indiana University You’ll probably hear the term “net-zero emissions” a lot over the coming weeks as government...

When human life begins is a question of politics – not...

Sahotra Sarkar, The University of Texas at Austin College of Liberal Arts A Texas law that aims to eliminate...

The situation at the US-Mexico border is a crisis – but...

Randi Mandelbaum, Rutgers University The media create the impression that there is an unprecedented crisis at the U.S.-Mexico border,...

Voters are starting to act like hard-core sports fans – with...

Michael Devlin, Texas State University and Natalie Brown Devlin, University of Texas at Austin During Donald Trump’s presidency, the American electorate became more divided and...

What’s next for American evangelicals after Trump leaves office?

Stewart Clem, Aquinas Institute of Theology Donald Trump, by his own words and actions, does not appear to be the most religious person. He has claimed...

Angry Americans: How political rage helps campaigns but hurts democracy

Steven Webster, Indiana University As the 2020 presidential election draws near, one thing is clear: America is an angry nation. From protests over persistent racial...

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Are quantum dot TVs – and their toxic ingredients – actually...

By Andrew Maynard, University of Michigan Earlier this week, The Conversation reported that, “The future is bright, the future is … quantum dot televisions.” And...