A recent study examined projects to reduce car use and increase walking and biking on neighborhood streets in five cities, offering a look into how transportation data can be used to craft similar future projects.
By Skip Descant, Government Technology | October 29, 2020
Amesh Adalja, a senior health scholar at the Johns Hopkins University, talks about improving treatments, preventing infections and understanding science as coronavirus case numbers rise and winter approaches.
By Alan Greenblatt, Senior Staff Writer | October 28, 2020
Worried we may have to wait to find out whether Biden or Trump won? In 1800, election results were delayed for months. And don’t forget 2000, when legal battles prolonged the final results until Dec. 12.
By Lindsay Chervinsky, Historian and Contributor | October 28, 2020
Humble beginnings and a kind demeanor have made him a great public servant, including work as a city council member and college president. It also has led him to foster a deep friendship with legendary John Lewis.
As if navigating every choice on a ballot isn’t enough of a puzzle, voters are confused about how and where to vote. A team of tech experts and researchers has created a one-stop resource to guide them.
By Carl Smith, Senior Staff Writer | October 27, 2020
Portland, Ore., and Richmond, Va., have been rocked by racial justice violence for much of the summer. Both Mayors Ted Wheeler and Levar Stoney face heavy competition as they try to hold on to top office.
By David Kidd, Photojournalist and Storyteller | October 26, 2020
The amount that hackers have stolen from the Wisconsin Republican Party’s account, which was being used to re-elect President Trump. There have been more than 800 attempted phishing attacks for financial gain against them this campaign cycle, according to a party spokesperson.