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Firearm-makers may finally decide it’s in their interest to help reduce...

Timothy D. Lytton, Georgia State University Mass shootings have become a routine occurrence in America. Gun-makers have long refused to take responsibility for their role in...

Workplace sex discrimination claims are common – but they’re not making...

Joseph A. Seiner, University of South Carolina Several cases addressing whether it’s legal to fire a worker because of their sexual orientation and gender identity...

Sanders and AOC want to cap interest rates on consumer loans...

Anne Fleming, Georgetown University Sen. Bernie Sanders and Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez want to cap consumer interest rates in an effort to curb “sky high” credit...

FUCT gets day in court as SCOTUS considers dropping slippery moral...

Megan M Carpenter, University of New Hampshire When’s a brand too scandalous to trademark? That’s a question the Supreme Court will soon decide in a...

Death penalty moratorium in California – what it means for the...

Hadar Aviram, University of California, Hastings Both celebration – and ire – followed Gov. Gavin Newsom’s announcement of a moratorium on the death penalty in...

Sandy Hook lawsuit court victory opens crack in gun maker immunity...

Timothy D. Lytton, Georgia State University The Connecticut Supreme Court ruled on March 14 that families of the Sandy Hook Elementary mass shooting victims could...

Rap music and threats of violence: A case for the Supreme...

Clay Calvert, University of Florida Kendrick Lamar won a Pulitzer Prize last year and Eminem set a record in 2019 for streams on Spotify. But...

Why women still earn a lot less than men

Michele Gilman, University of Baltimore A decade ago, on Jan. 29, 2009, newly inaugurated President Barack Obama signed his first bill into law: the Lilly...

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Caster Semenya’s impossible situation: Testosterone gets special scrutiny but doesn’t necessarily...

Jaime Schultz, Pennsylvania State University A yearslong saga between a middle-distance runner and her sport’s ruling body may be nearing something that resembles a conclusion. In...

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