New polling conducted by Gallup between Feb. 1 and 20 finds that, compared to last year, fewer Americans think the United Nations is doing a good job at solving the problems it has to face.6 minute read
How do Americans really feel about #climate change? Recent data shows that half of #Americans see climate change as a critical threat to the vital interests of the United States in the next 10 years. But that same data shows there's a big difference in the partisan breakdown of those numbers.
From oil to Ikea furniture: Red Sea conflict and Panama Canal drought delay shipments and could increase emissions
Over 90% of the world's traded goods are transported by ship.4 minute read
In 2022, there were about 170,000 troops stationed outside of the U.S. and its territories, according to the Department of Defense. As of June 2023, there were over 30,000 troops stationed in the Middle East alone, before America expanded its military presence following Hamas' attack on Israel in October.5 minute read
In the U.S., student groups are voicing their positions on the war between Hamas and Israel, including a statement by 34 Harvard University groups holding Israel responsible for the violence.4 minute read
The U.S. government averted a shutdown after lawmakers in Congress reached a temporary, 45-day deal to extend a continuing resolution to keep the government funded.5 minute read