New data reveals a drastic drop in U.S. refugee resettlement. Here's why it matters
"It's a watershed figure," says Ryan Allen, Associate Professor in Humphrey School of Public Affairs at the University of Minnesota. "It marks a change in terms of how America interacts with the world."
The scary new way that abusers are going after their victims
Perpetrators of domestic abuse have found a new way to terrorize their victims: by hacking into the internet of things. Security analysts say everyone should be aware of the ways in which smart technology can be used against us.
How the First Amendment's playing a growing role in religious freedom cases
Conservative believers closely followed two free speech-related cases before the Supreme Court last term.