Voting rights group founded by Stacey Abrams cuts staff

[ad_1] Fair Fight, the political and advocacy organization focused on voting rights that was started by Stacey Abrams, is restructuring and making significant layoffs to its staff, citing the financial toll of complex legal battles. Fair Fight Action board chair Salena Jegede,

Trees struggle to ‘breathe’ as climate warms

[ad_1] Trees are struggling to sequester heat-trapping carbon dioxide (CO2) in warmer, drier climates, meaning that they may no longer serve as a solution for offsetting humanity’s carbon footprint as the planet continues to warm, according to a new study led by

Bright galaxies put dark matter to the test

[ad_1] For the past year and a half, the James Webb Space Telescope has delivered astonishing images of distant galaxies formed not long after the Big Bang, giving scientists their first glimpses of the infant universe. Now, a group of astrophysicists has

Source rocks of the first real continents

[ad_1] Geoscientists have uncovered a missing link in the enigmatic story of how the continents developed — a revised origin story that doesn’t require the start of plate tectonics or any external factor to explain their formation. Instead, the findings published last

Donors Rally Behind UNRWA, as U.N. Seeks to Restore Confidence

[ad_1] After days of sharply criticizing the U.N. agency charged with assisting Palestinian civilians, donor countries signaled on Wednesday that they would continue to support the organization under the right conditions and stressed its essential role in delivering lifesaving aid as widespread

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