By choosing to follow migration rules and wait for months at a time, legal asylum seekers will now be subjected to a rule that renders most of them ineligible for migration.
There are significant differences between what the Democratic and Republican parties hope to see the government address in 2019.
Two of the three invited scientists agreed with the rule, even though other evidence suggests most scientists are against it.
Leaders in the scientific community fear Scott Pruitt's new directive would severely limit the use of research in policymaking.
Housing and Urban Development Secretary Ben Carson plans to propose rent increases of up to 300 percent for low-income households, the Washington Post reports.
A criminal justice expert weighs in on a recent report to the United Nations outlining systemic racism in the U.S. criminal justice system.
On an approach to research that works with communities to address important issues they are facing, using "weapons of mass instruction" that help groups make decisions, work together, and mobilize.
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In response to the devastation caused by the Tubbs Fire, California needs to rethink its approach in dealing with future urban conflagrations.
What might it look like to have governance structures that fuel understanding with rural communities on a larger scale?
Pacific Standard dips into the archives for some hard numbers on pot.
For the most part, Americans are in broad agreement about political concepts. We believe that individuals have certain natural rights, and that the purpose of government is to serve and protect its citizens. But when you get to the specifics....
Gun control? Abortion? The new social science behind why you're never able to convince friends or foes to even consider things from your side.
Rising rates will obviously send monthly payments higher, but they'll also affect the market in a more unusual way: They're going to hurt all-cash investor purchases of housing, which have been a boon to the most distressed markets.
States place industrial plants near downwind borders to pass on environmental costs, state legislatures have stopped growing to keep up with population growth, and other lessons from the 13th annual State Politics and Policy Conference.