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Male judges are more likely to hire women as clerks after...

Jorgen Harris, Occidental College Despite substantial gains over the past half-century in the numbers of women working in law,...

Why $73 million Sandy Hook settlement is unlikely to unleash a...

Timothy D. Lytton, Georgia State University Families of the victims of the 2012 shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School...

I track murder cases that use the ‘gay panic defense,’ a...

W. Carsten Andresen, St. Edward's University On January 21, New Jersey became the ninth state in the nation to ban the gay panic defense, a...

Child pornography may make a comeback after court ruling guts regulations...

Gail Dines, Wheelock College and David L Levy, University of Massachusetts Boston A federal appeals court judge just made it a lot easier for the...

Only 1 in 4 women who have been sexually harassed tell...

Margaret E. Johnson, University of Baltimore On May 30, a grand jury indicted Harvey Weinstein on charges he raped one woman and forced another to...

Baseball teams need to protect fans from foul balls — and...

Nathaniel Grow, Indiana University Tens of thousands of fans are gathering at Major League Baseball ballparks around the country for hot dogs, home runs, their...

A former prosecutor reimagines how the criminal justice system can serve...

Andrew King-Ries, The University of Montana For nearly a decade, I believed I was helping improve victims’ lives by prosecuting people who committed domestic violence...

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Beyond silicon: the search for new semiconductors

Thomas Vandervelde, Tufts University Our modern world is based on semiconductors. In addition to your computer, cellphones and digital cameras, semiconductors are a critical component...