A federal nutrition program that helps millions access healthy food is being threatened by congressional Republicans—here’s why it’s worth saving.
After departure from Harvard, social scientist plans to build ‘internet observatory’ of politicians’ online posts.
Age, Inflation, Abortion, Culture Wars, and More: Issues That Will Define President Biden’s Reelection Campaign
We asked faculty experts across the BU landscape for insight into what will drive Biden’s push for a historic second term.
Being argued November 8, it’s about Medicaid, and while it may not sound like a big deal, its outcome could defang the so-called “patients bill of rights” as we know it.
CAS’ Seth Blumenthal, an advocate of marijuana decriminalization, calls the policy change a “good-faith,” but limited effort.
CAS political scientist Maxwell Palmer on how data will shape redistricting
The president-elect lists COVID-19, racism, climate change, and the economy as his most pressing issues Joe Biden and Kamala Harris, celebrating after being nominated at last summer’s Democratic National Convention, have begun tackling the pandemic, racism, climate change, and economic recovery. Photo by Olivier Douliery/AFP via Getty Images. Shortly after their November election victory, Joe […]
SPH seminar panelists discuss a “crisis within a crisis”—a pandemic that has exacerbated the nation’s health inequities
Cable news’ 2016 breakout star brings data, history and energy to his 2020 presidential campaign coverage
President Trump’s budget proposes deep cuts, contrasting with the vision of Democrats Donald Trump’s proposed budget, sent to the House Budget Committee February 10, would make major cuts to science research and student aid. Photo by AP/J. Scott Applewhite. Call it a tale of two Americas. Setting up a stark contrast between his vision and […]