He weighs in on claims of voter fraud, potential violence from right-wing militias and prospects that a losing incumbent might refuse to vacate the White House.
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The voices of teachers and other staff members are often missing from school climate research.
Complicated application processes and anti-welfare attitudes have hindered Americans from accessing unemployment benefits during the pandemic.
The polio epidemic of the mid-20th century holds lessons for today’s COVID-19 pandemic, he says at an event marking World Polio Awareness Day.
Research conducted decades ago identifying differences in male and female values holds true in 2020.
Los Angeles has been struggling to address the issue of traffic congestion for over a century.
Latino Policy and Politics Initiative director also weighs in on “arduous hoops to overcome the ballot box” in this election cycle.
Native American issues and those of other communities of color are “distinctly different legally, politically, socially and culturally,” he says.
Many Californians will vote on Proposition 23 despite having little or no experience with dialysis treatment centers.
Roughly 1 million Californians rely on struggling systems with contaminated drinking water.