A Roll Call article about a new New Jersey law that clarifies that a candidate for one of the state’s U.S. Senate or House seats can also run in presidential primaries interviews James Gardner, professor of law. 


Engineer John Hall talked to NBC News about a giant "energy kite" that could be used to restore power in areas suffering from natural disasters. 


UB's Jacob Neiheisel discusses with USA Today the possibility of President Trump's personnel changes could be used to distract from the Mueller investigation. 


Forbes reported on volcano researcher Ingo Sonder and his team as they made their own lava and investigated the interaction when water is injected. 


An article in The Atlantic interviews Shelley Kimelberg, adjunct assistant professor of sociology, about her study that suggests that residents frequently harbor negative associations with the term “urban” and, by extension inner city communities and institutions such as schools. 


An article in Popular Science about why the night sky is dark interviews Will Kinney, professor of physics, who said the further out into the universe you look, the farther back in time you see. 


An article in The Washington Post about a Florida police officer who killed three members of his family, including his granddaughter, before taking his own life Wednesday interviews researcher John Violanti, who said law enforcement officers face a 69 percent higher risk of suicide compared to the general population. 


Reuters interviews Richard Blondell, vice chair for addiction medicine in the Jacobs School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences, in an article on why rapidly taking patients off opioids might not be a good idea. 


The Atlantic interviews legal scholar Irus Braverman who discusses how the law treats captive animals.