In the News


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
07.11.2018
Why did the U.S. try to block breastfeeding resolution, and what do we do about it?Thomas McDadeThe Chicago Tribune
07.09.2018
Is private equity helping or hurting health care?Craig GarthwaiteCrain's Chicago Business
07.02.2018
Psychologists looked in the mirror … and saw a bunch of liberals Alice EaglyFiveThirtyEight
06.28.2018
Amazon just made an eye-popping play to disrupt drug storesCraig GarthwaiteVox
06.27.2018
SCOTUS ruling on unions a win for both teachers and students Kirabo JacksonThe Hill
06.26.2018
Silicon Valley's ideal entrepreneur is about 20 years too young, research shows Benjamin JonesCNBC
06.22.2018
Do U care?Craig GarthwaiteKCRW (California)
06.21.2018
Buffett, Bezos and Dimon's pick to change health care is known as a thought leader, not necessarily a business leaderCraig GarthwaiteCNBC
06.21.2018
Does Atul Gawande have the chops to lead Buffett-Dimon-Bezos health venture?Craig GarthwaiteCrain's Chicago Business
06.20.2018
Amazon, Berkshire Hathaway and JPMorgan name C.E.O. for health initiativeCraig GarthwaiteThe New York Times
06.15.2018
The most effective leaders aren't the most-hated or most-loved — or at least, they don't care if they areBenjamin JonesBusiness Insider
06.15.2018
Why companies have the urge to mergeCraig GarthwaiteThe Wall Street Journal
06.14.2018
Romance enhances the mental health of gay & lesbian youthBrian MustanskiLGBTQ Nation
06.14.2018
From a pediatrician, lessons for dads-to-beCraig GarfieldThe New York Times
06.08.2018
Do we really need theater critics? Charles WhitakerThe Chicago Reader
06.08.2018
Google results aren't always accurate. Encyclopaedia Britannica's new Chrome extension could help.Brian UzziThe Chicago Tribune
06.06.2018
Elizabeth Warren and a scholarly debate over medical bankruptcy that won’t go awayCraig Garthwaite, David DranoveThe New York Times
06.06.2018
The college dropout problemMesmin DestinForbes
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
05.24.2018
Having the courage to change the worldAlice EaglyThe New York Times
05.23.2018
Guns in Chicago are just '2.5 handshakes' away, shocking study finds Andrew PapachristosThe Daily Mail
05.23.2018
Schools get early report on student success studyDavid FiglioEvanston Now
05.23.2018
Illegal guns 2 or 3 'handshakes' away from Chicago arrestees, research showsAndrew PapachristosThe Chicago Tribune
05.22.2018
What does the ‘future of work’ mean for schools? Big claims leave educators with more questions than answersDiane Whitmore SchanzenbachChalkbeat
05.22.2018
Northwestern, Evanston public schools to research what students need to not only start college but finishDavid FiglioThe Chicago Tribune
05.22.2018
US birth rate sinks to 30-year lowChristine PercheskiWTTW - Chicago Tonight
05.21.2018
What your bedtime says about your longevityKristen KnutsonChicago
05.18.2018
Gun legislation debate continues in Springfield in aftermath of Texas school shootingLinda TeplinWGN-TV
05.18.2018
Why the wealth gap hits families the hardestChristine PercheskiThe New York Times
05.17.2018
Netflix counts the reasons teens should watch ‘13 Reasons Why’Ellen WartellaThe New York Times
05.16.2018
Here's one industry where diversity is thrivingElizabeth GerberInc.
05.16.2018
The U.S. spends less on children than almost any other developed nationDiane Whitmore SchanzenbachThe Washington Post
05.15.2018
Are online comment sections still valuable?Stephanie EdgerlyWTTW - Chicago Tonight
05.15.2018
Here is Trump’s alternative to Medicare drug negotiation after breaking populist promiseCraig GarthwaiteThink Progress
05.15.2018
Northwestern, U. of C. presidents talk 'safe spaces' on Katie Couric's new seriesMorton SchapiroThe Chicago Tribune
05.15.2018
Study: Twentysomething startup founders are the least likely to succeedBenjamin JonesFast Company
05.14.2018
U.S. to consider expanding Medicare drug price negotiationCraig GarthwaiteReuters
05.14.2018
Health-agency chiefs defend Trump’s plan to lower drug prices Craig GarthwaiteThe Wall Street Journal
05.13.2018
Should we sleep and wake early to boost our health?Kristen KnutsonBBC News
05.13.2018
I asked a top relationship psychologist for his 3 best pieces of advice about marriageEli FinkelBusiness Insider
05.12.2018
Common Sense Media Census measures plugged-in parentsEllen WartellaCommon Sense Media
05.09.2018
Better ways for Jeff Bezos to spend $131 billionJonathan GuryanThe New York Times
04.15.2018
Do wage theft laws in Ohio harm or help workers?Daniel GalvinThe Cleveland Plain Dealer