What are schools doing to prepare against gun violence? We've gathered research on strategies and effects.
The United States produces over 1 million barrels of ethanol a day, mostly from corn, to be mixed into gasoline. But is it cleaner? And are the government’s economic incentives having intended consequences? We review the research.
Wealthy individuals and national advocacy groups are using their cash to get people who support education reforms elected to local school boards.
When your city or state needs cash for infrastructure, it probably issues a municipal bond. We explain how “munis” work.
Running for office in the United States is an expensive affair. Immense sums change hands. This tip sheet will help journalists find and track the influence of money in politics.
Special interests in Washington and capitals around the country buy access to influence deals behind closed doors. They leave journalists a few crumbs to follow, but we need to know where to look.
2016 tip sheet that helps journalists navigate the big-money and often partisan world of think tanks.
State supreme court judges who rely on public financing to fund their elections become less likely to favor attorneys who have donated to their campaigns in the past, a 2016 study suggests.
Government bans on lightweight plastic shopping bags have spread in recent years amid fears about plastic’s negative impact on the environment. But alternatives are not necessarily better.
Ads, Public Opinion
2016 updated review of scholarship and resources related to negative campaign advertising and its effects.