Enjoy a Q&A with Professor Ahmed White, whose new book gives a dramatic, deeply researched account of how legal repression and vigilantism brought down the Wobblies, and how the destruction of their union haunts us to this day.
From the spread of misinformation and hate speech to significant gaps in access, freedom of connectivity and information on the internet is plagued by real and mounting challenges. So, how do we address those challenges, and who is responsible?
Researchers, including CU Boulder political scientist Adrian Shin, have found that rising inequality leads to stricter immigration policies in lower-income countries, whereas the opposite occurs in higher-income countries.
The House committee investigating the Jan. 6 attack on the U.S. Capitol is expected to sentence former Trump aide Steve Bannon on Oct. 21. Professor Ben Teitelbaum offers insight on Bannon’s role in shaping conservative politics and how his actions have served to further his agenda.
President Joe Biden will turn 80 in November, making him the oldest U.S. president in history. A new study from a team of political scientists explores just how much everyday voters care about the age of their politicians.