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‘One inch from a potential civil war’ – near miss in Trump shooting is also a close call for American democracy

U.S. Secret Service agents help former President Donald Trump offstage during a rally on July 13, 2024, in Butler, Pa. Anna Moneymaker/Getty ImagesWith an assassination attempt on Donald Trump at a ra...

Arie Perliger, Director of Security Studies and Professor of Criminology and Justice Studies, UMass Lowell - avatar Arie Perliger, Director of Security Studies and Professor of Criminology and Justice Studies, UMass Lowell

Biden isn’t the first to struggle to pop the presidential bubble that divides him from the public

President Joe Biden makes his way to Marine One, flanked by aides and staff, in May 2024. Tom Williams/CQ-Roll Call, Inc via Getty ImagesPresident Joe Biden’s at-times incoherent debate performa...

Shannon Bow O'Brien, Associate Professor of Instruction, The University of Texas at Austin - avatar Shannon Bow O'Brien, Associate Professor of Instruction, The University of Texas at Austin

Immigrant moms feel unsafe and unheard when seeking pregnancy care – here’s how they’d improve Philly’s health care system

Misinformation -- such as that a person needs a passport to receive medical attention -- can make immigrant moms reluctant to interact with doctors and hospitals.Jose Luis Pelaez Inc/DigitalVision Col...

Diana Montoya-Williams, Assistant Professor of Pediatrics, University of Pennsylvania - avatar Diana Montoya-Williams, Assistant Professor of Pediatrics, University of Pennsylvania

Storytelling strategies make communication about science more compelling

A story that includes characters and focuses on what people care about can stand up to misinformation.SDI Productions/E+ via Getty ImagesAs a science communication scholar, I’ve always supported...

Emma Frances Bloomfield, Associate Professor of Communication Studies, University of Nevada, Las Vegas - avatar Emma Frances Bloomfield, Associate Professor of Communication Studies, University of Nevada, Las Vegas

Inequality in life – and death: Newspaper obituaries have long discriminated against women

Journalist Ida B. Wells was one of the first women The New York Times profiled for its 'Overlooked' series, about people who should have received obituaries.Scott Olson/Getty ImagesGender discriminati...

Erika J. Pribanic-Smith, Associate Professor of Communication, University of Texas at Arlington - avatar Erika J. Pribanic-Smith, Associate Professor of Communication, University of Texas at Arlington

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