Presidents can’t declassify documents with Green Lantern superpowers
Let’s look at the many, many holes in Trump’s theory of executive power.
Unemployed South Africans depended on covid relief grants
But this government assistance wasn’t easy— or cheap — to access
What does it take to build up women’s rights after war?
This nuanced compilation looks at women’s empowerment after Sierra Leone’s civil war from many different perspectives.
Do armed drones reduce terrorism? Here’s the data.
This research analyzes patterns of terrorism in the 18 countries that utilize drones.
Afghanistan’s women in exile continue to push for equality
Activists and former politicians put pressure on the international community on key women’s rights concerns.
What Americans think about China and Taiwan
Majorities support backing Taiwan as the U.S. has backed Ukraine, as long as U.S. troops aren’t involved.
Most Republicans ignored constituents’ opinions on marriage equality
In roughly 90 percent of U.S. congressional districts, a majority support marriage rights for same-sex couples. Why didn’t more Republicans vote in favor?
What does the Kansas vote tell us about the future of abortion?
Abortion rights supporters are especially motivated to get involved in politics, our research suggests.
Ukrainians believe they’ll win the war, a survey finds
They’re optimistic about the future, despite months of trauma.
Junior Murvin, ‘Police and Thieves’: The Week In One Song
The FBI searches the former president's residence at Mar-a-Lago.
Can the U.S. fight climate change — and shift industrial policy?
Ramping up a domestic supply chain for clean energy won't be easy.
The U.S. killed al-Qaeda’s leader. That might boost terrorism.
“Leadership decapitation” can inspire Islamist groups and followers to carry out more attacks, my research finds.
How the student loan payment pause affected Latinx millennials
With payments due again soon, will Biden offer any loan forgiveness?
Will Ghana’s new e-levy help the economy recover from the pandemic?
Ghana isn’t the only country to try to tax mobile money transactions.
CHIPS+ could change the U.S. semiconductor supply chain, and more
But do industrial incentives work?
How did the Democrats’ major spending bill get off life support?
These four factors made the difference.
U.S. banned imports from China’s Xinjiang region. Will Americans object?
When companies promise concrete action on human rights violations, Americans are less likely to support government intervention. This time, there’s a catch.
Three things to know about Kenya’s elections tomorrow
For one thing, ethnicity might matter less – and class more – than in the past.
Will the Democrats’ big bill get past the hurdles of reconciliation?
From the ‘Byrd bath’ to the ‘vote-a-rama,’ here’s what’s happening with the Inflation Reduction Act.