A Columbia University law professor and close friend of former FBI director James Comey has confirmed he leaked contents of one of Comey's memos to The New York Times.
By Associated Press
The conversations, in the app GroupMe for the Class of 2017, showed homophobic, racist and misogynistic comments going back as far as 2014, Bwog reported.
By Ryan Connelly Holmes
The award-winning series captivated viewers attracted to its raw realism and connection to the shadowy inner-workings of Baltimore’s gangs, media and government.
By Michael D. Regan
Columbia University this week held a conference on how lessons from ‘The Wire’ -- the critically acclaimed TV series on Baltimore’s inner-workings of gangs, media and government -- cut across academic disciplines. The show has become a popular talking point…
By PBS NewsHour
A Columbia University professor has had enough of what he calls a pervasive narrative in urban education: a savior complex that places mostly white teachers in minority classrooms as heroes who "saving" kids.
By Daniel Costa-Roberts, Elisabeth Ponsot
An independent review of a Rolling Stone article about the alleged gang rape of a University of Virginia student has found the magazine failed in the “reporting, editing, editorial supervision and fact-checking” of the now-discredited story.
By Rebecca Jacobson, Inside Energy
With a smartphone and a finger prick, this new device can deliver HIV test results in 15 minutes.
By Walter Mischel
If taught young, self-control skills can have strong protective effects, even helping those whose vulnerabilities might make them more likely to fall behind economically. That's according to Walter Mischel, author of "The Marshmallow Test," in part four of his conversation…
Each of us has our own temptations, says Walter Mischel, author of "The Marshmallow Test." For Mischel, it was smoking. For Clinton, it was junk food. Having the willpower to resist, Mischel explains, requires making the long-term consequences of each…
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