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We've done a roundup of political science research on what mothers want from public policy.

  • Ivy AM Cargile, Jill Greenlee and Sarah Hayes
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There’s a history behind putting a mother’s love to political use after a Black person is killed.

  • Aidan Smith
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A new survey reveals surprising points of agreement.

  • Dahlia Scheindlin
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No return for Donald Trump.

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The NRA is in free fall.

  • Eulalie Laschever and David S. Meyer
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Chad has a long history of armed conflicts. That doesn’t mean it’s a country of warriors.

  • Marielle Debos
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The government effectively banned opposition candidates, assuring an election win for President Patrice Talon last month.

  • Tyson Roberts
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What does the decision tell us about how Facebook's unique and novel institution will shape online speech?

  • Nathaniel Persily
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Even low-level offices can bring wealth, so people are killing each other to gain election.

  • Patrick Pierson
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Developed countries are joining developing countries to put pharmaceutical companies in a tough position.

  • Carie Steele
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The Oversight Board wants Facebook to revisit its decision in six months and create more consistent rules.

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Without disclosure requirements, are police body cameras simply expanding the U.S. surveillance state?

  • Daniel E. Bromberg and Étienne Charbonneau
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We interviewed nearly 20,000 citizens to find out.

  • Cary Wu
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In some states, GOP supermajorities may allow them to ignore Democratic governors.

  • Alex Keena, Michael Latner, Anthony McGann and Charles Anthony Smith
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Western countries condemned the repression in Xinjiang, but Saudi Arabia, the UAE and Egypt praised China’s efforts to restore “safety and security.”

  • Jonathan Hoffman
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Our data suggests that, over months, his listeners have become wary of coronavirus vaccines.

  • Dominik Stecula and Matt Motta
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The government focused on weeding out political opponents in recent years, rather than combating extremist and criminal groups.

  • Christina Cottiero
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Here’s why Afghanistan won't necessarily become a base for international terrorist attacks.

  • Daniel Byman
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India's covid-19 crisis.

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Watching the coronavirus death toll and economic devastation transformed views on taxing corporations and the wealthy, our research suggests.

  • Shaun P. Hargreaves Heap, Christel Koop, Konstantinos Matakos, Asli Unan and Nina Sophie Weber
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