What the Fourth Amendment to the U.S. Constitution means when it protects citizens against an unreasonable search by government agents isn’t entirely clear.
By Andrea Oelsner, Federico Merke, The Conversation
Venezuelans have endured acute shortages of food, medicine and other basic necessities since 2015.
By Daniel Brown, The Conversation
On Friday, millions of have the opportunity to see a lunar eclipse – an event popularly known in the media as a “blood moon” – on Friday…
By Jeremy T. Bruskotter, John A. Vucetich, Ramiro Berardo, The Conversation
Since its passage, the Endangered Species Act has helped reverse and stop declines in numerous species – from bald eagles to Lake Erie watersnakes – and served as a model for similar laws around the world.
By Frans von der Dunk, The Conversation
Since the beginning of the space race, the United States knew that for many people around the world the sight of a U.S. flag on the Moon would raise major political issues.
By Wendy D. Roth, The Conversation
Genetic ancestry tests reinforce what you want to believe rather than offering objective, scientific proof of who you are.
By Anthony J. Marchese, Dan Zimmerle, The Conversation
A new study suggests that methane emissions from oil and gas operations are much higher than current EPA estimates.
By Stephen Schneider, The Conversation
The summer solstice brings the longest day and shortest night of the year for 88 percent of Earth’s people.
By Daniel Cooper, The Conversation
The U.S. could slash imports of these metals not by imposing duties but by boosting the reuse and recycling of old metal products.
By Alexis R. Santos-Lozada, The Conversation
A survey shows that most Puerto Ricans didn't highly rate the official information coming out of the island.
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