Massachusetts’ proposal to add ‘managed lanes’ to ease highway congestion is a proven intervention, he says.
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PBS NewsHour takes an in-depth look at the expansive study tying hot schooldays to a decline in learning, especially south of the ‘Dixie divide.’
The political behavior of American youth is influenced by the historical context in which they come of age, she writes.
Same-sex male couples are losing out on paid parental leave when compared to both same-sex female and different-sex couples, researchers find.
Candidate zeroes in on racist violence in a bid to set himself apart in a crowded field of presidential contenders.
Amid reports that the app will soon feature ads, he predicts that loyal users will continue to value its services.
Democratic candidates may believe that labor can be more helpful to them than high-tech companies in a caucus state or primary, he says.
Four members of the UCLA Luskin faculty win research grants from the Institute on Inequality and Democracy.
State requirement is more than three times what Southern California governments had proposed.
Communities facing climate disaster should weigh social, economic and cultural considerations, not just physical geography, she tells the New York Times.