U.S. agriculture needs to make a systemwide shift that cuts carbon emissions, reduces vulnerability to climate chaos and prioritizes economic justice.
A chat with one of the authors of a recent study reporting that global warming has slowed the progress of warm countries.
The evidence suggests that, in the long run, immigration is good for America.
Vulnerable communities of color living in the shadow of U.S. industry tend to suffer more than they gain.
The Regulatory Accountability Act would subject the rule-making process to red tape.
With crowdfunding, even though lots of people can make a big difference, it still tends to be people with money to give who will be the ones giving it.
Fuel shortages linked to the two recent hurricanes hindered evacuation and now recovery, highlighting our dependency on a fragile resource.
For a number of cities that the Trumps said they had deals in, there is no evidence of deals at all.
The practice, called dynamic pricing, is intended to ration scarce goods and services, but it primarily harms consumers by making it easier for companies to fleece them.
Poor planning didn't just aggravate the area's housing problem: it helped create the Valley's growing empathy gap.
Universities need corporations for research funding, and the political will for an alternative solution is limited.
Housing, as a social policy, is something that's been litigated—and re-litigated—for decades, and quite vigorously so.
LuLaRoe sellers are complaining that, in some cities, they're vying with too many competitors.
It seems that overall drug spending is still on the rise because of the skyrocketing price of new, brand-name drugs.
Fines for companies have risen over the last 25 years, but the number of prosecutions has remained roughly the same, according to information compiled by a University of Virginia law professor and his research team.