James Gardner tells the Huffington Post that a true crisis of democratic legitimacy is possible without a credibly independent investigation into Russia-Trump connections.


Jacob Kathman tells USA Today that we shouldn't underestimate the willingness of leaders to turn a blind eye to atrocities committed against people other than their own citizens.


Rick Su tells The New York Times that partisan battles are being transformed into state versus federal fights.


Carine Mardorossian tells USA Today the reality is that Bill O’Reilly’s fall does not signal the dawn of a more enlightened view on sexual discrimination.


Vox looks at the crisis among labor unions in the U.S. and strategies that are working for unions in Europe and interviews Matthew Dimick.


An Associated Press article about the growing number of teachers who are selling their lesson plans to fellow teachers around the world and the legal issues surrounding the practice quotes Mark Bartholomew.


Arthur Edelman tells The Washington Post it is crucial to March for Science at a time when the NIH can only fund nine out of every 100 grant proposals submitted.


Laina Bay-Cheng writes an article in the International Business Times that explores her study that found appearances of gender equality can be deceiving.


The Washington Post reports on research conducted by Jacob Neiheisel that found disagreements over Donald Trump's candidacy actually led some evangelicals to leave their churches.


Charles Lindsey writes in Fortune that United Airlines not only hurt its reputation by mistreating customers, but then hurt itself even more with its response.


Jacob Kathman tells USA Today that democratically elected leaders are still willing to turn a blind eye to atrocities committed against people other than their own.


Mark Bartholomew writes in The Conversation that advertising is encroaching on public space like never before and that there are dangers to this trend, along with legal remedies – if people care enough to actually do something.


A front-page article in the Buffalo News about reaction to the  Excelsior Scholarship, New York State’s tuition-free scholarship program for students from families earning less than $100,000 per year attending SUNY colleges and universities, quotes UB President Satish K. Tripathi.