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How ‘managed retreat’ from climate change could revitalize rural America: Revisiting...

Hillary A. Brown, City College of New York and Daniel R. Brooks, University of Toronto Southern Italy’s rural Calabria...

The maximum human life span will likely increase this century, but...

Michael Pearce, University of Washington and Adrian Raftery, University of Washington When Jeanne Calment of France died in 1997...

COVID-19: examining theories for Africa’s low death rates

Kevin Marsh, University of Oxford and Moses Alobo, African Academy of Sciences As the threat of a COVID-19 pandemic emerged earlier this year, many felt...

The US birth rate keeps declining: 4 questions answered

Marie Menke, University of Pittsburgh Over the last few decades, birth rates have decreased across the globe. The United States is no exception. Aside from a...

Counting 11 million undocumented immigrants is easier than Trump thinks

Jennifer Van Hook, Pennsylvania State University It is now clear that there will be no question about citizenship on the 2020 U.S. Census. After the Supreme...

A long fuse: ‘The Population Bomb’ is still ticking 50 years...

Derek Hoff, University of Utah “The battle to feed all of humanity is over,” Stanford biologist and ecologist Paul Erhlich declared on the first page...

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When families of murder victims speak at death penalty trials, their...

Austin Sarat, Amherst College The Trump administration is spending its final months authorizing executions. Ten federal death row prisoners have been killed so far this...