New tax data reveal a steep population loss in 2020, toward the start of the pandemic. The exodus was temporary, but how much of its effects could be permanent?
A new study estimates that the number is greater than the population of Chile
The market for weapon detectors and crisis alert badges in schools is booming. But there are questions about whether the new technology is effective.
Vast surveillance data allows the state to target people whose behavior or characteristics are deemed suspicious by an algorithm, even if they’ve done nothing wrong.
A slow-burning hostility to constitutional abortion rights runs through the career of the author of the Supreme Court opinion overturning them.