The Kansas Supreme Court has ruled that underfunded poor schools are unconstitutional. So now what, in Kansas and across the country?
Antibiotics and obesity. Whether it’s possible that antibiotics plump up humans the same way they do animals, livestock. Plus, we check in on the third anniversary of Japan’s Fukushima Nuclear Disaster.
A second infant seems clear of H.I.V. after a new treatment. We’ll look at the latest on the frontlines of A.I.D.S.
The new push to export American natural gas and fracking technology to undercut Russia. We look at the new Great Game.
Export U.S. natural gas on the global stage? Why not, say energy executives.
You went comment-crazy for a few very different stories this week. Who knew you all loved plastic banjo-shaped maple syrup jars?
In which Chronicle of Higher Education senior writer Eric Hoover walks us through the revised version of the SAT.