More kids in the U.S., especially low-income and foster-care children, are on antipsychotics than in any other country. States are just starting to intervene. By Chris Kardish Allen Brenzel, a child psychiatrist in Lexington, Ky., can point to the moment… Read More ›
Why Climate Scientists Receive Death Threats
by Tim Radford, Climate New Network If you don’t like the message on climate change, it seems that the answer is to shoot the messenger. According to a new book by veteran environmentalist George Marshall, thousands of abusive emails—including demands… Read More ›
The Criminalization of Everyday Life
Not the police, mind you, but the campus cops at Ohio State University now possess an MRAP; that is, a $500,000, 18-ton, mine-resistant, ambush-protected armored vehicle of a sort used in the war in Afghanistan and, as Hunter Stuart of the… Read More ›
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