In the News


11.15.2018
How racial discrimination can affect a person’s healthEmma AdamWBEZ - Morning Shift
11.14.2018
Teachers Can Boost Long-Term Outcomes for their Students by Improving Student BehaviorsKirabo JacksonEducation Next Podcast
11.14.2018
University 'not for people like us'Larry HedgesBBC News
11.12.2018
Michelle Obama reveals she and Barack have gone to marriage counseling: 'We get help with our marriage when we need it'Eli FinkelBusiness Insider
11.12.2018
The longer gender game for girlsSimone Ispa-LandaGarnet News
11.10.2018
Why late-night eating may hurt your heart Kristen KnutsonLive Science
11.09.2018
Deadly shootings are rising in U.S. after steady declinesAndrew PapachristosKaiser Health News
11.08.2018
How the N.R.A. builds loyalty and fanaticismMatthew LacombeThe New York Times
11.07.2018
Mid-term elections 2018: Do celebrities really influence voters?Craig GarthwaiteBBC News
11.07.2018
Blue wave sweeps Illinois, but not the nationLaurel Harbridge YongWTTW - Chicago Tonight
11.06.2018
How President Trump put race at the center of the midtermsCeleste Watkins-HayesTime
11.05.2018
These 25 Congressional races to watch are some of the most competitive in the 2018 midterm electionsLaurel Harbridge YongBusiness Insider
11.05.2018
Late night tv in full campaign mode on eve of midtermsCraig GarthwaiteThe New York Times
11.04.2018
Congress thinks voters are way more conservative than they actually are. Here’s why.Christopher SkovronIntelligencer
11.02.2018
‘Hi, I’m Oprah’: The Georgia governor’s race is at full boil — and now the cavalry has arrivedCraig GarthwaiteThe Washington Post
10.31.2018
What billionaires want: the secret influence of America’s 100 richestBenjamin Page, Matthew LacombeThe Guardian
10.31.2018
America’s fertility rate continues its deep declineHannes SchwandtThe Economist
10.30.2018
How expectations affect one's happiness in marriageEli FinkelPsychology Today
10.26.2018
As it scopes out its post-merger identity, Amita looks beyond hospitalsCraig GarthwaiteCrain's Chicago Business
10.25.2018
Trump’s new plan to reduce Medicare drug prices, explainedCraig GarthwaiteVox
10.23.2018
What opponents of affirmative action get wrongAnthony ChenThe Washington Post
10.19.2018
Temporary economic downturns have long-lasting consequencesHannes SchwandtThe Economist
10.18.2018
Why figuring out what’s behind a big gender paradox won’t be easyAlice EaglyArs Technica
10.16.2018
Early childhood education yields big benefits — just not the ones you thinkDiane Whitmore SchanzenbachVox
10.16.2018
Male gorillas that babysit end up with larger brood of their ownChristopher KuzawaSmithsonian
10.15.2018
Male gorillas who care for kids are five times more successful at reproducingChristopher KuzawaNewsweek
10.15.2018
Male gorillas love hanging around with infantsChristopher KuzawaThe Atlantic
10.15.2018
Males have greater reproductive success if they spend more time taking care of kidsChristopher KuzawaScienMag
10.09.2018
Trump seeks more stop-and-frisk in Chicago, but experts see little impactWesley SkoganWSBT (Indiana)
10.08.2018
The exciting new idea hospitals have to bring down drug pricesCraig GarthwaiteVox
10.08.2018
LGBT youth at higher risk for suicide attemptsBrian MustanskiReuters
10.07.2018
18-40 Segment 1: Health crises and financial disasterMatthew NotowidigdoRadio Health Journal
10.05.2018
Why are there so few female leaders?Alice EaglyScientific American
10.04.2018
1 in 3 young people surveyed in four Chicago neighborhoods say they carry a gunWesley SkoganThe Chicago Sun-Times
10.04.2018
Here's what it's like to be a juror in a trial the whole city is watchingShari Seidman DiamondThe Chicago Tribune
09.28.2018
What the Nobels are—and aren’t—doing to encourage diversityBrian UzziScientific American
09.26.2018
The field you work in could predict whether you're doomed to divorceEli FinkelLive Science
09.26.2018
The richer people are today, the more likely they are to get married - and stay marriedEli FinkelBusiness Insider
09.21.2018
Here's what happened the last time a Supreme Court nominee was accused of sexual misconduct, and how it compares to nowLaurel Harbridge YongBusiness Insider
09.19.2018
Dating apps like Tinder and Bumble are free. But people say paying for them is worth the money.Eli FinkelVox
09.14.2018
Commentary: It could be worse: Why we’re lucky to have Trump Jordan Gans-MorseThe Chicago Tribune
09.12.2018
Study: Civilian complaints can be used to predict future police misconductMax SchanzenbachWTTW - Chicago Tonight
09.10.2018
Study: Civilian complaints ‘a valid predictor’ of police misconductMax SchanzenbachThe Chicago Sun-Times
09.07.2018
A jury expert weighs in on what to expect in the Jason Van Dyke trialShari Seidman DiamondThe Chicago Reader
08.30.2018
‘Map Twins’ bridge the gap in a segregated ChicagoMary PattilloCity Lab
08.28.2018
Advice to researchers: Admit what you don’t knowCharles ManskiBloomberg Opinion
08.28.2018
AP FACT CHECK: Chicago mayor mostly right on jobs, povertyChristine PercheskiThe Associated Press
08.26.2018
Are classroom reading groups the best way to teach reading? Maybe not.Marshall JeanEducation Week
08.24.2018
Why Democrats are talking more about missing Kavanaugh documents than abortion in the Supreme Court battleTabitha BonillaThe Los Angeles Times
08.24.2018
What's a pharmacy benefit manger, anyway? Craig GarthwaiteNPR Illinois
08.23.2018
NYU's move to make medical school free for all gets mixed reviewsCraig GarthwaiteNPR
08.22.2018
Does ‘redshirting’ benefit kids? Kindergarten decision loomsDiane Whitmore SchanzenbachThe Associated Press
08.21.2018
The most sexist places in AmericaJonathan GuryanThe Washington Post
08.20.2018
Sexism in southern states is literally costing the women born there, a new study findsJonathan GuryanBustle
08.20.2018
A woman’s paycheck is influenced by her hometown—even if she doesn’t live there anymoreJonathan GuryanThe Atlantic
08.20.2018
Why work requirements hurt the poorDiane Whitmore SchanzenbachBloomberg
08.20.2018
7 unavoidable questions to ask your partner before it's too lateEli FinkelBusiness Insider
08.20.2018
College kids aren't 'supercilious snowflakes'Morton SchapiroThe Los Angeles Times
08.19.2018
How sexism follows women from the cradle to the workplaceJonathan GuryanThe New York Times
08.16.2018
More than 300 newspapers join a nationwide effort to publish editorials in response to Trump's attack on mediaCharles WhitakerABC News
08.14.2018
Optimism for student voter turnoutDan LewisInside Higher Education
08.13.2018
You 2.0: When did marriage become so hard?Eli FinkelNPR
08.10.2018
Ahead of Chicago show, Beyonce leads wave of black women on magazine coversCharles WhitakerThe Chicago Sun-Times
08.09.2018
Microsoft threatens to pull alt-right network over hate speech Rachel Davis MerseyKCBS (San Francisco)
08.08.2018
Banning Alex Jones: A dangerous move for free speech?Rachel Davis MerseyWTTW - Chicago Tonight
08.08.2018
Online dating study: Are you chasing people 'out of your league'?Eli FinkelCNN
08.07.2018
2018 credit report complexity surveyMatthew NotowidigdoWallet Hub
08.03.2018
Health insurance for dummies: Why we cover pre-existing conditionsDavid DranoveThe Los Angeles Times
08.03.2018
Beyonce the gatekeeper? How African-American representation in media has evolvedCharles WhitakerThe Chicago Tribune
07.28.2018
Relationship experts agree that dating apps can be useful — but not necessarily for finding loveEli FinkelBusiness Insider
07.24.2018
Violent crime is like infectious disease – and we know how to stop it spreadingWesley SkoganMosaic
07.24.2018
5 recurring arguments in your relationship that you should NEVER ignoreEli FinkelBustle
07.24.2018
4 strategies for teaching wisdom todayMorton SchapiroInside Higher Education
07.23.2018
New dads need depression screening, tooCraig GarfieldReuters
07.23.2018
Can economists and humanists ever be friends?Morton SchapiroThe New Yorker
07.17.2018
Depression in pregnant millennial women higher than their mother's generation, study showsCrystal ClarkThe Chicago Tribune
07.17.2018
Kylie Jenner has fuelled the myth of early success – but the odds are stacked against the youngBenjamin JonesThe Guardian
07.17.2018
Crack epidemic's aftershock is still killing black menCraig GarthwaiteBloomberg
07.16.2018
Five reforms to improve Washington’s broken policymakingBenjamin PageThe Hill
07.14.2018
This is why global AIDS interventions failRachel Beatty-RiedlThe Washington Post
07.14.2018
What Trump and Putin want from their historic summitJordan Gans-MorseThe Washington Post
07.12.2018
Trump just claimed a win in cutting back prescription drug prices, the reality of high drug prices is a lot more complicatedCraig GarthwaiteBusiness Insider
07.12.2018
Forget what Republicans say; some are OK with certain babies dyingSera YoungThe Chicago Sun-Times
06.05.2018
Is a second American civil war possible?Benjamin PageThe Standard Examiner (Utah)
06.04.2018
The numbers that explain why teachers are in revoltKirabo JacksonThe New York Times
06.03.2018
Editorial: Getting illegal guns under our lax laws is a simple handshake dealAndrew PapachristosThe Chicago Sun-Times
05.31.2018
Takers or makers? How Americans decide who 'deserves' a safety netCeleste Watkins-HayesThe Guardian
05.31.2018
Why your job interviews are probably worthless -- and how to fix themLauren RiveraForbes
05.28.2018
Study: Many Chicago arrestees close to illegal gunsAndrew PapachristosThe Associated Press
05.24.2018
Chicago criminals are ‘handshakes’ away from illegal guns, study findsAndrew PapachristosThe Trace
05.12.2018
Common Sense Media Census measures plugged-in parentsEllen WartellaCommon Sense Media
04.15.2018
Do wage theft laws in Ohio harm or help workers?Daniel GalvinThe Cleveland Plain Dealer