Cornell faculty members and experts weigh in on current events.
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Kathy Bergin, professor of disaster law at Cornell Law School, comments on the outbreak of monkeypox in Europe and the U.S.
Sara Bronin, a professor of planning, an architect and attorney, comments on a new White House plan to ease housing costs and bolster housing supply.
Key decision-makers in Finland and Sweden are set to announce their positions on NATO membership this week – an expansion would leave Russia surrounded by NATO countries.
Stores nationwide have been struggling to stock enough baby formula to meet demand for parents.
Todd Schmit, professor of applied economics and policy, and Peter Fiduccia, doctoral student in development sociology, discuss the effectiveness of a new White House program designed to bring internet to underserved communities.
Jaclyn Kelley-Widmer, professor of immigration law at the Cornell Law School, discusses potential implications of Roe v. Wade on immigration law.
Reports suggest the U.S. has provided intelligence that has allowed Ukrainians to target and kill many of the Russian generals who have died in action during the Ukraine war.
Katherine Sender and Nelson Tebbe discuss the implications of the draft Supreme Court decision on Roe v. Wade or the LGBTQ community.
Cornell experts react to the leaked SCOTUS opinion that would overturn the landmark abortion case Roe v. Wade.
Climate scientist Flavio Lehner comments on drought and low water levels impacting the Colorado River and its basins.