Dropping the SAT for the sake of ‘equity’ forces colleges to rely on admissions standards that benefit wealthy and privileged applicants.
The ‘Windsor framework’ promises a resolution in Northern Ireland, but key stakeholders are holding out.
How gain-of-function research fits into Congress’ COVID origins investigations: a Dispatch Explainer.
Even if Biden could justify U.S. intervention without congressional approval, it’s politically important to have the legislative branch on board.
No one knows how big the problem has become, complicating eradication efforts: A Dispatch Explainer.
The burgeoning AI industry is raising questions for which federal law has few answers.
Plus: Turmoil at the Federal Trade Commission.
Budget cuts to the agency that oversees elections have sparked protests and present an even greater threat.
A docking by Iranian warships in Rio de Janeiro challenges the Biden administration.
A bipartisan coalition in the House hopes the divided Congress can make a deal.
The expiration of a temporary pandemic measure could cause headaches for states and Medicaid enrollees.