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Gun violence
What the conviction of a school shooter's parent could mean
Published March 1, 2024
Recent conviction of Michigan mother underscores role of safe storage and Child Access Protection laws in preventing gun violence, Hopkins expert says
Tech policy
AI regulation necessary to address potential risks, key senators say
Published Feb 29, 2024
Sens. Mark Warner and Todd Young advocate for artificial intelligence policies during Hopkins Bloomberg Center discussion while Hopkins experts caution against stifling innovation
Two years after invasion, stakes in Ukraine could not be higher
Published Feb 28, 2024
SAIS scholars share insights on the state of the current conflict and what's at stake as support for Ukraine's cause wavers in the U.S. and elsewhere around the globe
3 questions
A closer look at Alabama's IVF ruling
Published Feb 27, 2024
The ruling that frozen embryos are children could set the stage for a national fetal personhood law, but restricting IVF is generally unpopular, Hopkins bioethicist Ruth Faden says
Birds aren't real*
Published Feb 7, 2024
How a nonsensical protest sign sparked a movement that shed light on how conspiracies grow and spread
3 questions
Who would benefit from the bipartisan tax bill?
Published Feb 2, 2024
If passed, a new tax package would convey the most significant benefits to low-income families, Hopkins economist Robert Moffitt explains
Are K-12 teachers assigning too much homework?
Published Jan 17, 2024
After decades of research, School of Education Professor Joyce L. Epstein remains certain that homework is essential—but the quality of homework matters
Faculty, staff pick their favorite albums of 2023
Published Dec 21, 2023
We asked music-minded members of the Hopkins community for their favorite listens of 2023
Book recommendations from Hopkins scholars
Published Dec 18, 2023
We asked faculty members, library staff, and many others about the best books they read in 2023. This is what they told us.
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