While only 35 arrests were reported during the most recent, multi-city raids, the campaigns have caused widespread fear and tangible impacts on the daily routines of immigrant families.
Even permanent residents and naturalized citizens report avoiding activities like driving, visiting a doctor, or talking with teachers.
New research suggests that environmental groups can persuade more people by focusing on a positive attitude toward climate action.
The messages they're getting in the media are terrifying—and the sustained sense of real threats could leave this generation with psychological scars.
A new study finds that the public is more supportive of nuclear power when looking only at numbers about calculated risk—without knowing it's nuclear power they're dealing with.
Two recent deadly plane crashes have prompted many countries to direct airlines to ground these planes out of concern that the crashes may be the result of a failure of the model.
New research confirms right-wing resistance to change is based largely in fear.
One woman living in one of the most dangerous and unstable regions in the world has a radical idea: peace curriculums. By working with both students and mothers, she's been able to stem the tide of violent extremism in her school. Now, it's time to take her plan nationwide.
Fifteen years after surviving a terrorist attack in Moscow, I finally came to terms with how deeply the experience had affected me.
New research suggests handing the axe-murderer a Coca-Cola.
Humans are flighty, irrational creatures that calculate risk in fascinating ways.