Would you take cryptocurrency in exchange for your personal biometric data? Is this a massive privacy breach or the high-tech future of equity? Read to learn more about the pros and cons.
Measures to safeguard public health during the coronavirus pandemic might jeopardize hard-won environmental protections against waste from single-use plastics. Read this article to find out more.
The process of becoming a U.S. citizen has undergone many changes over 200 years. This detailed timeline tells the story.
In this article, ten reporters share their most memorable experiences from the nationwide protests that followed the death of George Floyd in the summer of 2020.
Teenagers reflect on a year of pandemic precautions through their words and artistic representations.
What role does social media play in creating conflict in our society? This article explains how online disagreements can lead to violence in real life.
Is the crime rate decreasing, or skyrocketing off the charts? In which cities is crime the worst? Click this link to learn about trends in Americans’ perceptions and misperceptions related to crime.
Stella Keating, the youngest transgender person to testify in front of the US Senate, spoke with Dr. Jill Biden about her advocacy surrounding transgender and non-binary youth.
Chef Ángel León is on a mission to change the way we see oceans. Read about his gastronomical innovations.
E-waste, used and frequently discarded computers, tablets, smartphones and other electronics, is the fastest-growing municipal waste stream in the United States. Read this opinion piece about the causes and possible solutions to this mounting environmental threat.
This article provides some advice for re-learning the social skills we may have lost during the many isolating months of the COVID-19 pandemic.
How does frequent video conferencing affect the way we see ourselves?
Click this link to read about a law that, if passed, would amend the 1964 Civil Rights Act to include a ban on discrimination against members of the LGBTQ community.
Clean-up volunteers and scientists question what can be done to address the increase in disposable masks and gloves littering land and oceans.
Could virtual reality lead to a more sustainable version of tourism and a safe way to “travel” during the pandemic? Read to learn more about the possibilities.
At Zero Waste Daniel, New York-based designer Daniel Silverstein creates fashion that is both environment-conscious and socially responsible. Watch this short video to find out more.
Since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, scientists have been working to discover the risks and ways to protect our health, including the foods we eat. Read some of their findings in this article.
|This opinion from a university scholar reveals that more carefullyexamining Alexander Hamilton’s life, views, and career might challenge how people think about reparations for slavery.|
Although the current pandemic has disrupted the way parents work, childcare duties still often fell to women.
In this piece, a high school teacher explains her approach to teaching Shakespeare and rejects claims that she is taking part in “cancel culture.”