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Just over 1 in 4 members of Congress in 2023 will...

Laurel Elder, Hartwick College When the 118th Congress convenes on Jan. 3, 2023, the number of women among its...

Even if Jan. 6 referrals turn into criminal charges – or...

Stefanie Lindquist, Arizona State University The criminal referral of Donald Trump to the Department of Justice by a House...

Inflation, unemployment, the housing crisis and a possible recession: Two economists...

D. Brian Blank, Mississippi State University and Rodney Ramcharan, University of Southern California With the current U.S. inflation rate...

Railroads and unions reach deal to avert devastating strike, keeping America’s...

Jason Miller, Michigan State University Most Americans may not appreciate the central role that private railroads play in supporting...

Jan. 6 committee hearings show what went right, not just what...

Jennifer Selin, Wayne State University As the Jan. 6 committee’s hearings pass their halfway point, they have brought new...

Trump-endorsed candidates would generally win even without his support – and...

Ian Anson, University of Maryland, Baltimore County Over the past few months, many journalists and pundits have credited the...

Jan. 6 hearing gives primetime exposure to violent footage and dramatic...

Mark Satta, Wayne State University; Claire Leavitt, Grinnell College, and Ken Hughes, University of Virginia A violent mob of...

After mass shootings like Uvalde, national gun control fails – but...

Christopher Poliquin, University of California, Los Angeles Calls for new gun legislation that previously failed to pass Congress are...

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How popular culture hobbles protest movements

Chauncey Maher, Dickinson College In response to the anti-racism protests that have erupted across the U.S., many Americans are saying they agree with the goals...