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CASE Award of Excellence Seal
Ways & Means wins CASE Award for the second year in a row.
A research team is testing a novel new approach to helping orphans in Kenya get mental healthcare.
New research on how providing incentives for doctors in the developing world might help more women survive childbirth.
How the authors of the National Defense Education Act turned politics of crisis into a law that opened the door
Learning about how criminals actually get their guns could lead to a change in how law enforcement does its job.
There’s evidence that diplomacy and public shaming are helping shine a light on a problem that depends on secrecy to
How researchers are using Google Earth to find the undocumented slums of India.
How hyper-vigilance about the possible threat of Muslim-American violence might be making all Americans less safe.
Why fraud has been a key feature of American business from the beginning.
New research on the difficulties some people face to gain wealth, even when they do everything right.
Are the major concerns parents have about teens and their mobile devices justified?
What reformers across the nation are doing to combat gerrymandering and restore the power of your vote.
“Whiteness” in America – how it’s changed, what it means, and how it may be changing still.
What gets in the way of change in government, and what we need to know about ourselves to make something
Exploring the vexing issue of how to get more ordinary people to run for office.
How yesterday’s war on tobacco is shaping today’s war on sugar.
How women gained a political voice in the U.S. and then – in some ways – lost it.
Why asking seniors what they really want when they’re dying could lead – surprisingly – to cost-savings for big government
A new movement of reporters is going to great lengths to ensure we the people know the truth, especially when