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As Unrest Escalates in Hong Kong, Pro-Democracy Demonstrators' List of Demands Lengthens
Sunday marked the seventh week of widespread demonstrations in Hong Kong, as tensions between protesters and police continue ...
Red State Governments Ban Blue Cities From Passing Bills to Make Housing Affordable
In December of 2018, Miami passed an ordinance—the first of its kind in the city—mandating the inclusion of affordable ...
The Argument for Protecting Wild Foods
"Wild foods," or wild edible species, provide important nutrients for millions of people worldwide, but they were left out of ...
National Election Advising Agency Officials Used Funds for Unnecessary Travel
For years, it was how things worked at the Election Assistance Commission, the federal agency charged with helping America's ...
How Much Has California's War on Air Pollution Reduced Asthma Rates?
Los Angeles used to be one of the most polluted cities on the planet. After decades of improvements, pollution levels are ...
Should Medical Residents Work More Than 80 Hours Per Week?
It's widely known that life as a medical resident—the last required phase in a doctor's training—is no picnic. Of the many ...
Why Is the U.S. Facing a Federal Firefighter Shortage?
With peak fire season looming, a shortage of wildland firefighters could leave national parks and forests strapped for ...
ICE Releases a Dallas-Born Teenager After Wrongful Detention
One evening in late June, Francisco Erwin Galicia, his brother, and a group of friends were on their way to a soccer event in ...
Research Finds That Having a Gun in Your Home Can Make Your Household Less Safe
A new study finds that residents of states with higher levels of gun ownership are more likely to be shot to death by a ...
Groundwater Depletion May Cause Domestic Wells to Dry Out
In the United States, some 120 million Americans—and nearly all Americans in rural areas—rely on underground aquifers for ...
The Trump Administration Admits Its Change to SNAP Eligibility Could Worsen Food Insecurity for Millions of People
For decades, a key provision of the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program has extended benefits to households that do not ...
The EPA Won't Have to Hold Mining Companies Responsible for Clean-Up Costs, a Federal Court Rules
In a win for the mining industry, the United States Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit on Friday upheld an ...