Where does malware—the code designed to exploit vulnerabilities in computer systems—come from?
In the majority of America’s schools, broadband connects students to learning opportunities that were previously unreachable.
How state policies for center directors and principals leading pre-K programs differ, and why they shouldn’t.
Americans believe in the tremendous potential of higher education—but they also feel that higher education is falling short of that promise.
Examining the proliferation, development, and use of armed drones.
Tracking the United States’ drone strikes and other operations in Pakistan, Yemen, and Somalia.
An exploration of the distribution of mainstream and alternative financial services in the U.S.
We look at the history of three positive privacy and security practices: HTTPS, two-factor authentication, and transparency reporting.
A look at weather-related disaster trends in the U.S., pinpointing which counties are disaster ready – and which counties need to be.
The New America Care Report examines the cost, quality, and availability of child care across the United States
A comprehensive, up-to-date source of online information about terrorist activity in the United States since 9/11.
Hundreds of colleges expect the neediest to pay an amount that equals more than half of their families’ yearly earnings.