Researchers are still learning how race-related social experiences and physical environments affect health, illness, and mortality.
Under lucrative arrangements, states are increasingly leasing prisoners to private corporations to harvest food for American consumers.
Many state and local governments, including Baltimore, remain underprepared and underfunded to adequately deal with cybersecurity’s many challenges.
Using new technology, a UMBC researcher and her colleague have been able to sequence the first full genetic sequences that code for spider glue proteins.
With antibiotic resistance becoming a major threat, figuring out how resistance to antibiotics emerges and spreads among bacterial populations will be increasingly important.
At a moment when there is a longstanding heated debate over how artists and pop culture figures should engage in social activism, the life and career of musical legend Edward Kennedy “Duke” Ellington offers a model of how to do it right.
For the first time in 217 years, a Japanese emperor will cede his place on the imperial throne.
Defining a standard to identify partisan – and possibly illegal – gerrymandering.
Certain European countries’ experience confronting Russian disinformation campaigns may offer useful lessons as the U.S. joins the battle.
Seen through an international lens, both migrant-sending and migrant-receiving countries share responsibility for the people displaced by globalization.