Examining the once obscure Institute for Contemporary Studies which has emerged as pivotal actors on the national political stage since the election of Ronald Reagan.
The after effects of the Love Canal on the children who lived near the dumpsite. The psychological and physical impact of the dumped toxic chemicals.
Something is rotting in the Golden State. It"s the 35 million pounds of fresh oranges that Sunkist and the USDA won’t let you eat.
The Reagan Administration's plan to save hundreds of millions of dollars by sharply cutting back public subsidies for passenger rail service may end up costing taxpayers even more than the savings.
Describes how nuclear weapons are stored on active earthquake faults and shipped during rush hour through major cities
Today is International Day Against Homophobia, Biphobia and Transphobia. The I Files editors have put together a playlist that takes a look at lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender discrimination outside of the U.S.
After a week in which the phone lines of the Associated Press were bugged and Google glasses that can record our every move are being tested, it seems fitting to mark World Information Society Day.
We're taking some of CIR's work to the stage to tell our stories in a new way, reach a new audience on issues that matter and, hopefully, form a powerful connection with the audience.
Despite $1.1 billion in available funding, CA's homebuying program for veterans granted just 83 loans last year: http://t.co/qNovEN52r4
Last year, CA Democrats sidestepped donation limits to raise $5.8M for key races. Here's how they did it: http://t.co/xBqlQ4bNlo
Veterans: Do you have experience filing a disability claim with the VA? We want to hear from you: http://t.co/kU9DzABisP
Which strategies actually work best for developing high-quality teachers? Experts are still unsure: http://t.co/Zn9UU08nGJ
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