Tuesday, July 23, 2019

Retrospectives of the financial crisis are leaving out the most important part – its...

It seems the only people not consulted for their perspective were those most powerfully affected by the crisis’ impact – the millions of families who suffered foreclosure and eviction.

We Know Nature Makes Us Happier. Now Science Says It Makes Us Kinder Too

New studies show being in nature may increase your willingness to be generous, trusting, and helpful toward others.

The conflicts of interest and corporate interests lurking behind op-eds in 2017

Online publications have frequently failed to inform readers about their authors’ financial conflicts of interest.

World to refugees: Go to hell

Over 22.5 million people have been forced to flee their countries. Last year, less than 200,000 were resettled.

Winners and Losers in Our New Media Moment

The winners of the latest version of the news and election cycle won’t be the American people or the electoral system or a deeper knowledge of how our world works.

The battle for rights of nature heats up in the Great Lakes

“All the studies say we need drastic action. If we think the courts are going to save the plants or the animals they aren’t.”

Ask for Jane: Meet the underground feminist group that provided abortions before Roe v....

“Ask for Jane.” Those were the magic words that provided thousands of women access to safe abortions before the landmark Roe v. Wade.

Oscar Shoutouts Roundup

Several winners at last night's awards ceremony used their acceptance speeches to speak out on causes meaningful to them.

Major outlets downplay the fact that Trump’s new chief strategist ran an anti-Semitic white...

By ignoring or downplaying Bannon’s extremist history, major newspapers are not giving their readers the essential background information they deserve on a man who is soon to be one of the most influential people in politics.