In this op-ed Penn State's Boaz Dvir examines what would be the deal of President Trump's life: brokering an Israeli-Palestinian agreement.
Penn State's Cynthia Young says that President Barack Obama's farewell address fell short of a full-throated defense of Democratic Party policies.
Penn State's Sophia McClennen writes that satirical fake news used to save us from the stupidity of mainstream news. Now fake news isn’t funny; it’s scary.
Penn State's S. Shyam Sundar writes that because we tend to trust our friends, our cognitive filters weaken, making a social media feed fertile ground for fake news.
Penn State's Nichola Gutgold writes that Hillary Clinton's historic nomination inches the U.S. closer to electing the first woman president.
Penn State's Joshua Inwood explains how remembering Martin Luther King's vision can help us build a more inclusive and just community that draws strength from diversity.
Penn State's Robert Speel writes with two of the past five presidential election winners losing the popular vote, it's hard to justify the Electoral College.
Penn State astronomer, Christopher Palma, has mixed feelings about what’s being billed as the upcoming “super-supermoon.”
Jennifer Hook, professor of sociology and demography, talks about research methods used to estimate the number of undocumented immigrants in the United States.
In this piece, Robert Speel, associate professor of political science at Penn State Behrend, discusses the four previous US presidential elections with contested results