Black Pennsylvanians are 21 times more likely to be sentenced to life in prison for second-degree murder than white people, research found.
We can’t and won’t all find God. But we can reconnect with each other within a beneficent universe.
By Jacob Kirksey The Research Brief is a short take about interesting academic work. The big idea Making a healthy breakfast available to students not only can help alleviate hunger and improve concentration at school; it also...
But without government support, most states would have sustained declines in personal income, according to the Pew Charitable Trusts.
The Holocaust is not a rhetorical device to be manipulated and deployed against one’s political opponents, and to use it as such is contemptible.
It’s hard these days to keep track of all the decrepitude in public life, so forgive me if I highlight some new sleaze that has likely escaped your notice.
There's no one way to do it, but we need to do a better job of preparing families for the decisions that are coming.
As our nation strives to correct racial inequities, greater state investment in education is an obvious starting point to ensure that all children attend good schools and have genuine opportunities to succeed.
If you think that these violent acts just impact the targeted person or Asians, you are wrong. It affects us all.
Despite a 2.4 percent increase in resident population, Pennsylvania could not beat out the growing population in other states to hold on to its 18 Congressional seats.