New rules on what studies the agency can cite in making regulations would endanger the public’s health and safety.
Disenfranchisement through voter suppression and gerrymandering prevents overburdened communities from fighting back against threats to their well-being.
Here are four key methods 21st-century farmers are adopting to take better care of the land that they—and we—depend on.
UCS is proud to announce the 2019 Science Defenders—five individuals and groups who have taken a stand for science.
District-specific fact sheets for all 433 Congressional districts in the contiguous United States.
The current nuclear launch policy gives the President of the United States sole authority to launch nuclear weapons within 10 minutes of learning of a possible nuclear attack.
Our current policy puts the decision to launch our nuclear weapons in the hands of a single person.
What is the plan for the 2020 presidential candidates to keep Americans safe from nuclear war and what will they do about the current nuclear policies?
Physicist and global security expert Dr. Laura Grego fills us in on the past, present, and future of satellites.
Former USDA senior scientist Lewis Ziska discusses his research on rice and carbon dioxide—and how the Trump USDA suppressed his findings.
Dr. Jacob Carter explores the consequences of the Trump administration’s attacks on science.
Energy analyst Joe Daniel explains why seasonal shutdowns can save utilities, and customers, money.