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Income inequality within countries correlates with higher COVID-19 infections rates in those nations, shows a new study by the Center on International Cooperation.
The Arthur L. Carter Journalism Institute has named Caleb J. Gayle, a journalist who writes frequently about race and identity, the winner of its seventh Matthew Power Literary Reporting Award.
In a new book, NYU historian Nicole Eustace explores a revealing clash of cultures in the wake of a colonial era killing.
Working paper by Politics Professor Anna Harvey and colleagues examined data on low-level offenses from the Suffolk County District Attorney’s Office in Massachusetts
The vast majority of the world’s largest meat and dairy companies have not made an explicit commitment to achieving net-zero emissions by 2050, finds a new analysis.
Defendants prosecuted for nonviolent misdemeanors have substantially higher risks of future arrest and prosecution than those not prosecuted, finds a newly released analysis.
Narcissism is driven by insecurity, and not an inflated sense of self, finds a new study, which offers a more detailed understanding of this long-examined phenomenon and may also explain what motivates the self-focused nature of social media activity.
NYU has established the Cash Transfer Lab to examine the impact of cash transfer policies, such as a universal basic income, on American families, communities, and economies.
Laurie Garrett, a Pulitzer-Prize-winning journalist, will deliver “COVID-19: What Comes Next—And the Future of Global Health,” a virtual lecture, on April 13.