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Spotty data and media bias delay justice for missing and murdered...

Wendelin Hume, University of North Dakota No one knows just how many Indigenous girls or women go missing each...

Indigenous Peoples’ Day: Why it’s replacing Columbus Day in many places

Susan C. Faircloth, Colorado State University Columbus Day celebrations in the United States – meant to honor the legacy...

What schools teach about 9/11 and the war on terror

Jeremy Stoddard, University of Wisconsin-Madison and Diana Hess, University of Wisconsin-Madison The phrase “Never Forget” is often associated with...

A century after the Appalachian Trail was proposed, millions hike it...

Charles C. Chester, Brandeis University The Appalachian Trail, North America’s most famous hiking route, stretches over 2,189 mountainous miles...

A century after the Appalachian Trail was proposed, millions hike it...

Charles C. Chester, Brandeis University The Appalachian Trail, North America’s most famous hiking route, stretches over 2,189 mountainous miles...

Shutting down school vaccine clinics doesn’t protect minors – it hurts...

Katherine A. Foss, Middle Tennessee State University A 1918 newspaper article captures public attitudes toward a typhoid vaccine clinic...

Why condos caught on in America

Matthew Gordon Lasner, Hunter College The tragic collapse of Champlain Towers South in Surfside, Florida, on June 24, 2021,...

With Ford’s electric F-150 pickup, the EV transition shifts into high...

Brian C. Black, Penn State When President Joe Biden took Ford’s electric F-150 Lightning pickup for a test drive...

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How Catholic women fought against Vatican’s prohibition on contraceptives

Mary J. Henold, Roanoke College Fifty years ago a fierce debate erupted in the Catholic Church over the papal document “Humanae Vitae,” which reiterated...