Changes in journalism have hit independent newspapers-harder than those which are financially dependent on the colleges and universities that house them. The Student Press Law Center reports that only 30 such independent papers exist in the country.
At a time when there is no concrete solution to the epidemic, the women in the Bird Sisters house find themselves taking charge of their own recovery process.
San Antonio is the most economically segregated city in the United States.
Florida public universities should provide access to the abortion pill on campus, but this will not happen until comprehensive sex education and access to birth control is improved.
Young farmers are needed. The average farmer in the U.S. is 58 years old and nearing retirement; within the next two decades, two-thirds of the farmland in the U.S. will need to change ownership or it will be at risk for going out of production or being developed.
San Antonio’s civil society organizations and volunteers are working to support the Syrian refugee population in the face of declining federal support.
As university finances dwindle and the trend toward martketization continues, strikes like these across the United Kingdom will likely continue and grow.
The story of one county where the sweeping effects of the national opioid epidemic have infiltrated the entire community.
If Denmark outperforms the U.S. in terms of access and costs, what is holding back widespread support for an American welfare state health care system?
The Charles Koch Foundation outsources its activism to eager college students it knows will advocate for conservative and libertarian views.