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Highlighting the exploration of solutions to today's water challenges, and the people working toward global water security.
New research offers a step toward understanding how Facebook users find science news in this age of quick content circulation.
Congressional leaders intend to include a bipartisan measure called Fix National Instant Criminal Background System, which addresses the thoroughness of gun-purchase background checks by encouraging state use of criminal databases.
This study is one of the few to break down the environmental impacts of individual self-selected diets.
The White House and congressional Democrats rejected each other's proposals over the weekend.
The plan's law enforcement strategies have been met with skepticism by some lawmakers.
As deportation arrests soar under the Trump administration, Irish immigrants are feeling the pressure to leave the U.S.
Seventeen inmates in Oklahoma are awaiting set execution dates.
The temporary ban on the law will benefit women who have sought abortions with the belief or knowledge that the fetus has Down syndrome.
The policy excludes EPA grant recipients from serving on external advisory committees, with the aim of limiting conflicts of interests.
A new study predicts a steep drop in fisheries' production. It's the latest in a growing body of research to show how changes to the Earth's ecosystems will cause disruption to its inhabitants.
For International Women's Day, a round-up of Pacific Standard stories on women who embody the definition of female empowerment.
DOI officials found the descriptive language to be inflammatory.
In the wake of last month's deadly shooting in Parkland, Pacific Standard talked to a few leading scholars on how the insanity defense ought to be used in the courtroom.
The Mississippi Senate on Tuesday passed a bill that would ban abortions after 15 weeks of pregnancy.
In her new book, Dusenbery provides a comprehensive and much-needed look at how sexism in the medical field is hurting women.
FCC Chairman Ajit Pai proposed the package, which allocates $64 million to immediate rebuilding efforts to restore existing communications networks in Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands.
But getting there will require investment in better energy storage technologies.
Republican representatives make up more than half of those choosing to not seek re-election.
ICE officials blasted Oakland Mayor Libby Schaaf for alerting people of the raids ahead of time.
PS Picks is a selection of the best things that the magazine's staff and contributors are reading, watching, or otherwise paying attention to in the worlds of art, politics, and culture.
The journalist and novelist discusses her new novel about a Syrian refugee—and the power and reach of the young adult genre.
A report by Project on Government Oversight claims that the EPA's Office of the Administrator has significantly delayed the department's processing of Freedom of Information Act requests.
New York's attorney general says the push represents a struggle between "Big Telecom versus the American people."
Trump claims that, without ICE, California "would have a crime nest like you've never seen."
The latest research suggests that we shouldn't be blaming environmental laws for inhibiting development.
The decision means the law will remain in effect.
The new boundaries will go into effect for the 2018 elections.
Blame the lack of affordable housing options in the Los Angeles area.
This week's raids were the latest in a standoff between the state of California and the Trump administration over the latter's efforts to crack down on undocumented immigrants.
Coal emits more carbon than any other fuel source.
As the government continues to restructure under the Trump administration, the American people continue to hold favorable opinions of federal agencies and departments like the CIA, Federal Reserve, FBI, and EPA.
A spokesperson for the Department of Education said the agency will not consider or investigate complaints filed by transgender students against schools banning them from using bathrooms that match their gender identity.
An analysis shows the EPA opened 115 environmental crime cases over the 2017 fiscal year, compared to the nearly 400 cases opened in 2009 under the Obama administration.
A new study finds that African-American men who are victims of a violent injury often pull away from their emotional support networks as a result, making recovery that much more difficult.
The author of The Art of Vanishing discusses literary mysteries, monogamy, and the future of #MeToo.
Sunoco Pipeline will now resume construction activities after receiving a $12.6 million civil penalty for violating construction permits for its Mariner East 2 pipeline project.
The U.S. is projected to see growth in energy exports as a result of increased energy efficiency, new electricity generation, and a continued projected growth in the production of liquids and natural gas.
The department is planning to re-adjust its regional boundaries and revamp its organization system in 2018, starting with a pilot management office in Alaska.
Beginning in 2019, the CDC will phase out the program to include only 10 countries.
The outlined agreement emphasizes collaboration on common interests to improve food safety and to provide more information to Americans on products they purchase from store shelves.
Reports published this week showed that Brenda Fitzgerald invested in tobacco companies' stock while heading the CDC.
In 2016, Philadelphia became the first major city in the U.S. to pass a soda tax.
A new study shows imagining future success can help with facing everyday challenges for low-income college students.