January
24,
2020
| 03:03 PM America/New_York
Long before there was Jamal and Latasha, there was Booker and Perlie. The names have changed, but my colleagues and I traced the use of distinctive black names to the earliest history of the United States.
January
09,
2020
| 03:20 PM America/New_York
There is much uncertainty about how gender would affect the viability of a female presidential candidate. It’s still not clear which Democrat actually has the best chance of winning in 2020, and it’s actually not clear that gender matters
January
07,
2020
| 05:08 PM America/New_York
Despite the claims of optimists, the odds that an international conflict will snowball into a bloody war haven’t gone down significantly since the end of World War II. Trump administration officials’ confidence that the present conflict with Iran
December
17,
2019
| 03:51 PM America/New_York
A new manufacturing method dubbed “robotic blacksmithing” has the potential to revolutionize the way high-quality structural parts are made, resulting in a new class of customized and optimized products.
November
15,
2019
| 03:34 PM America/New_York
As Americans turn their attention to the first public hearings in the House impeachment investigation, there is another country that has been affected by the scandal that’s fueling the investigation: Ukraine.
October
30,
2019
| 03:01 PM America/New_York
Your appearance won’t be the only frightening thing about wearing costume contact lenses this Halloween. Your eyes might look like a lizard’s for an evening, but the risk of permanent vision loss may not be worth the temporary
October
22,
2019
| 07:16 PM America/New_York
You may have seen a pitcher throw a curveball in baseball. It’s a pitch that can confuse a batter because it looks like it’s flying straight but then curves away as it crosses home plate. Here's how it works.
October
14,
2019
| 05:15 PM America/New_York
Don’t believe the hype about blue light and don’t waste your money on products you don’t need. Instead, keep screens out of your bedroom and dim them before bedtime and keep your eyes lubricated. 
October
10,
2019
| 08:55 PM America/New_York
Allowing computer science to count as a required math or science course could make students substantially less prepared for college, an Ohio State professor says.
September
27,
2019
| 05:37 PM America/New_York
The House of Representatives has opened an impeachment inquiry against President Donald Trump. But what happens if a president is impeached? Ohio State political science professor Rachel E. Bowen updates a 2017 article. 
August
16,
2019
| 10:25 PM America/New_York
Ohio State researchers discovered that many of the false stories weren’t the kind that were trying to intentionally deceive their readers; they actually came from satirical sites, and many people seemed to believe them.