A political scientist says restrictions on the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program could see challenges in 2019.
If the package is signed into law, Scott Walker's unforgiving clemency legacy could continue.
A former inmate discusses the organization and demands behind the recent nationwide prison strike.
Pacific Standard spoke with a labor researcher about the likely effects of the landmark Supreme Court decision passed on Wednesday.
Pacific Standard spoke to Ocasio-Cortez about how she got to where she is and why it matters that young women and women of color are running for office.
A foreign policy expert weighs in on the promises made between Moon Jae-in and Kim Jong-un, and where the world goes from here.
In her latest series, Seanan McGuire foregrounds young children who have just returned from magical worlds—and happen to be predominantly girls.
Jim Hines, who went viral for making gender-swapped book covers, explains how he raises social awareness with his sci-fi.
In his new memoir, writer Mark Lukach chronicles a marriage interrupted by bouts of psychosis—and strengthened through the ensuing compromises it forced him and his wife to make.
In his new book, science journalist Dave Levitan identifies 12 ways that politicians have historically denied hard science.