Internet entrepreneurs are finding fertile ground in China's emerging market economy, and some Stanford alums are leading the way. Online business is fostering community in the world's most populous nation, and helping change the place that is changing the world.
Is the car we drive an ethical choice? Debate
about global warming and the effects of oil consumption
on U.S. foreign policy have put automobiles—and
SUVs in particular—squarely in the high
During 20 years of advocacy, Ted Smith has helped write environmental law and reform the computer industry's thinking about toxic waste they produce. With so many victories, isn't he ready to relax? Not by a long shot.
Researchers in the School of Education may have found a clue as to why young people don't vote. In a survey of high school student councils across the country, they found that students' first experiences with representative democracy, the high school election, is often considered a joke.
Liz Hill, California legislative analyst
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Data is from the past two weeks.