"The first presidential debate is but a week away. The challenge for news outlets will be to try to capture the debate as a whole and not through the lens of its most sensational moment,"
Most Latino, Black and Native American households have experienced serious financial problems during the coronavirus outbreak -- and Latinos have fared worst -- finds a new survey.
As wildfires scorch Oregon, California and Washington, two papers offer new detail on the intersection of temperature, mortality and place.
Tom Patterson asks whether the press has an obligation to increase its focus on the U.S. census as the new deadline for the count approaches.
Colleges that compete in Power Five athletic conferences use revenue from men's basketball and football to fund sports that tend to lose money and draw wealthier students.
Today’s presidential nominees need not only convince voters that they’re the better choice but also that their party is an acceptable choice, writes Thomas E. Patterson.
Two recent surveys come to broadly different conclusions on how people used their their stimulus checks. One consistency between the two: People with less liquidity tended to part with their stimulus rather than save.
As education officials re-open schools for the fall semester or debate the possibility, we look at research on the role children play in the transmission of COVID-19.
Scholar Thomas E. Patterson considers the roles of white evangelicals and the religiously unaffiliated in the 2020 election.
Every presidential nominating convention since 1996 has produced a bump in the polls -- referred to as a "convention bounce" -- of 2% or less, Tom Patterson writes.