It’s been more than 20 years since the US invaded Iraq, but the invasion still provides a cautionary tale about getting involved in an expensive war abroad.
The Understanding America Study, created and managed by the USC Dornsife Center for Economic and Social Research, enables scholars at USC and other institutions to quickly take the pulse of the country.
Annual Climate Forward conference features former U.S. Reps. Adam Kinzinger and Val Demings, former White House National Climate Advisor Gina McCarthy and New York Times columnist Bret Stephens.
Launched early in the pandemic, the Dornsife Dialogues virtual event series — which features USC scholars and other experts engaged in fascinating live discussions — remains enormously popular.
Russia announces its suspension from last nuclear arms agreement with the US, escalating nuclear tension
Russian President Vladimir Putin recently announced that Russia will no longer participate in the New START, the last remaining nuclear weapons agreement between the U.S. and Russia.
Russia’s refusal to allow the U.S. to inspect its nuclear arsenal could reignite pressure for the U.S. to develop new nuclear weapons.
How the distortion of Martin Luther King Jr.’s words enables more, not less, racial division within American society
Conservatives have a long history of contorting the words of Martin Luther King Jr. to further their own political goals which often were at odds with King’s vision of a colorblind society.
It’s Election Day, you go to vote – and you’re told you’re not registered or you’re not eligible to vote. A civil rights lawyer provides a guide so voters can know their rights to cast a ballot.
Every citizen has the right to vote. But various characteristics and legal requirements affect how likely any one person is to actually cast a ballot.