One of the biggest stories of 2020 was the rise of the corporate tree-planting movement, with dozens of multinational businesses from virtually every industry pledging millions of dollars to one of nature’s most effective carbon sequestration solutions.
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House Speaker Nancy Pelosi recently proposed new rules to eliminate "gendered" language in Congress.
The day before a Nevada mother sued her son’s charter school for forcing him to take a class that promotes hostility against whites as a race, a Missouri family sued a Catholic girls school for its heavy-handed implementation of critical race theory, at least administratively.
The fall semester on college campuses felt a bit like finals week, over and over. Students hunkered down, with little spontaneity or socializing to break up the monotony. And there’s more of the same to look forward to this spring.
This week’s Capitol riots have been repeatedly described as “unthinkable.” Yet happen they did, so how do we start to think about them? Many academics have an answer: the humaniti
It was the most violent assault on the US Capitol since the British Army set it ablaze in the war of 1814.
V-cs urge government to compensate universities over pandemic rent waivers, with fee refunds also expected to become ‘political football’
Hundreds of political scientists signed an open letter Wednesday calling for President Trump to be removed from office through the impeachment process or by invoking the 25th Amendment.
A conservative organization filed a lawsuit against the District of Columbia after two students were arrested for writing a pro-life message on a public sidewalk.
The United States Military Academy, commonly known as West Point, cited a number of athletes, including football players, for cheating on a spring 2020 calculus exam.