Duke, American University Students Publish Tracker for Online Free Speech Legislation
DURHAM, N.C. — Reporters covering the complicated yet bipartisan reform of Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act can more easily monitor the legislation through a new tracker designed by students at Duke and American universities and Future Tense.
Understanding Democracy’s Frailties
With challenges to democratic institutions, political science students are rethinking what they believe about how politics work
News Tip: Expert Available to Discuss Interior Secretary Nomination (Updated)
Sanford School professor Jay Pearson comments on what would be he first Native American cabinet-level official
How to Deal With Terrorism at Home and Abroad
Duke scholars brief the media on how the Biden should respond to terrorism, Russia
Seventy-Six Test Positive for COVID at Duke, Jan. 11-17
Forty-nine students and 27 faculty/staff tested positive out of 21,542 tests administered
US Capitol Riots: Where Do We Go From Here?
Duke experts examine rise of white nationalism, future of democracy and GOP
DC Riot Underscores Dangers of White Supremacy, Experts Say
Americans were shocked Wednesday by the image of rioters storming through the U.S.
Lessons From the U.S. Capitol Riot
Duke faculty discuss domestic terrorism, Trump, disinformation and social media