As Washington, D.C., debates raising it, who earns minimum wage and how might they be affected?
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DOMA's inception and passing were motivated primarily by forces that are frequently both irrational and effective in the United States: fear and politics.
Ten percent of Congress has some background in a STEM field, broadly defined. That's not enough when it deals with so many critical issues in science and technology every day.
The Supreme Court will give a decision on affirmative action in college admissions this summer or next. Signs indicate it could go either way, but we may not be ready for race-blind admissions.
GMOs, or genetically modified organisms, show up again and again in the news, online, and in popular media. Be an informed consumer and brush up on the basics.
Around 26% of Americans over the age of 18 have a diagnosable mental disorder in a given year, but our mental health care system is far from well equipped to address their treatment needs.
Fossil fuel divestment campaigns have been successful in shaping public discourse and could hopefully lead to desired policy outcomes.
While science and technology policy is rarely at the forefront of American politics, without it, America will fall behind.