Managed alcohol programs, which provide homeless alcoholics with housing and small amounts of booze, may seem counterintuitive, but they fit squarely within a philosophy of addiction treatment known as harm reduction—and they're working.
Some advice from Californians who have lived through and studied the state's wildfires.
Better science coordination will help mountain communities prepare for global warming.
It turns out Californians have long relied on innovative techniques to get their water.
A new report finds that expanding the Earned Income Tax Credit by 10 percent would lead to increases in after-tax income for middle-class Americans.
They don't exist. Voter suppression, on the other hand, is very real.
A lesson for public officials courting Amazon.
Some researchers are pushing to better guide students through the bewildering array of courses on offer at most community colleges.
New anti-poverty programs, focused on helping children and parents both, are succeeding where others have failed.
The stock photo agency is scrapping Photoshopped images that make models look thinner. Here's how that can help body image.
Opponents dismiss fetal tissue research as unnecessary, but it plays a critical role in regenerative medicine.
Milo Yiannopoulos announced an event without booking venues or speakers. Now he's crying oppression, and the media needs to stop falling for it.
Updating best practices in the aftermath of relief efforts can take years to coordinate. But emergency responders are finding that social media is an effective component for relief efforts.