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Early Starts And Late-Night Screens: Why Teens Struggle To Get Enough Sleep Cory Lum/Civil Beat/2021

Early Starts And Late-Night Screens: Why Teens Struggle To Get Enough Sleep

There are good reasons it's hard to roust a teenager from bed for school, but they can be addressed.
Philippine Leader Ferdinand Marcos Jr. Says Calling His Father A Dictator Is ‘Wrong’ AP Photo/Aaron Favila-Pool/2022

Philippine Leader Ferdinand Marcos Jr. Says Calling His Father A Dictator Is ‘Wrong’

Human rights activists rejected the assertion, saying that the elder Marcos used martial law to scrap elections and centralize power unto himself.
Intense Heat And Flooding Are Wreaking Havoc On America’s Aging Infrastructure Anthony Quintano/Civil Beat/2017

Intense Heat And Flooding Are Wreaking Havoc On America’s Aging Infrastructure

Roads, bridges, water and power systems are being battered by climate change.
Not Everybody Is Happy About Digital Nomads Getty Images/iStockphoto

Not Everybody Is Happy About Digital Nomads

As countries ranging from Indonesia to Mexico aim to attract digital nomads, locals say "not so fast."
Debunking Stereotypes About Mobile Homes Could Make Them A New Face Of Affordable Housing Cory Lum/Civil Beat/2014

Debunking Stereotypes About Mobile Homes Could Make Them A New Face Of Affordable Housing

Decades of experience shows that resident ownership can transform manufactured home parks from sites of stigma and vulnerability into stable and resilient communities.The Conversation
US Coast Guard Cutter Is Denied Port Call In Solomon Islands AP

US Coast Guard Cutter Is Denied Port Call In Solomon Islands

The prime minister alarmed some neighbors after he signed a new security pact with China, which has been expanding its footprint in the region.
How The Inflation Reduction Act Strengthens EPA’s Future Abilities To Curb Greenhouse Gases

How The Inflation Reduction Act Strengthens EPA’s Future Abilities To Curb Greenhouse Gases

The new legislation doesn’t get around the Supreme Court’s climate ruling in West Virginia v. EPA, but it amends the Clean Air Act to add new programs to reduce greenhouse gases.
What Yoga Says About Democracy Getty Images/iStockPhotos

What Yoga Says About Democracy

New research recognizes progressive spiritual practitioners as a growing but largely unrecognized, underestimated and misunderstood political force.
Wind Energy Boom And Golden Eagles Collide In The US West AP Photo/Matthew Brown/2022

Wind Energy Boom And Golden Eagles Collide In The US West

The number of wind turbines nationwide more than doubled over the past decade to almost 72,000, according to U.S. Geological Survey data.
Rise Of Extremism Forces Military To Clamp Down On Racist Speech U.S. Army

Rise Of Extremism Forces Military To Clamp Down On Racist Speech

Tweets, retweets and likes on social media are all on the list of things for which military officials are punishing service members, for fostering hate online.