The arguments claiming that decriminalizing marijuana will end the influence of Mexican drug cartels and bring in billions of dollars in tax revenue are incessantly echoed in America — and both were strategically used this year to successfully convince voters to legalize the drug in Washington and Colorado. Students, especially, have been quick to embrace […]
California Attorney General Kamala D. Harris presented the report with other key officials.
USC loses to its crosstown rival for the first time in six years as UCLA wins the Pac-12 South.
Though Joe Wright’s interpretation of Leo Tolstoy’s novel isn’t the most faithful, it captivates audiences with an innovative style.
Many people, Democrats and Republicans alike, dismiss Texas Rep. Ron Paul as a crazy old man whose support for the sale of unpasteurized milk and call for a return to the gold standard render him and his ideas unworthy of serious consideration. But luckily, an increasing number of young people have looked past this flippant […]
Nine days after the 2012 election, experts analyze the race and share 2016 predictions.
The Trojans look to take the Pac-12 South with a win over the Bruins, who have won four straight games.
Few genres owe a greater debt to one person than fantasy does to J.R.R. Tolkien. With The Hobbit and The Lord of the Rings, he created an entire tradition of sword and sorcery, setting the standard for the sorts of characters, storylines and settings that would appear in works of fantasy for more than 50 […]
This week, China elected new members of their Communist leadership. More than 1 million Israelis had to sleep in bomb shelters because of the Gaza conflict. President Barack Obama began the first week of his second term. But the news that received the most extensive media coverage this week? Former CIA Director David Petraeus’ extramarital […]
Arie Kapteyn, who will lead the USC Dornsife Center for Economic and Social Research, hopes to foster interdisciplinary opportunities.