Lenore T. Adkins
In remembrance of Victory over Japan Day, which effectively ended World War II, read reflections from three American veterans who served in that war.
In a world where scientists are eager to publish their discoveries and phony research is on the rise, learn how one journal weeds out bad science.
Historically black colleges and universities have served students for over a century and can lead to success in the 21st century.
Read on to learn how the Americans with Disabilities Act empowered Trevor Hutchinson to request accommodations that boosted his work performance.
The landmark Americans with Disabilities Act turns 30 on July 26. Learn how it revolutionized voting for citizens with disabilities.
Happy 30th birthday to the ADA, a comprehensive law protecting Americans with disabilities. Learn more about how the law helps them live their best life.
In the United States, anyone can use the Freedom of Information Act to find out what the government is doing and how it's doing it.
Following widespread outcry after George Floyd's death, the Smithsonian released a portal to help Americans talk about race. More on why this matters.
The U.S. Department of Justice shut down a website pushing a bogus COVID-19 vaccine. Learn how the agency is protecting Americans from other scams.