Experts In The News

Las Vegas Sun
May 22, 2022

Perry Woodward was gathering his belongings after officiating a recreational basketball game between teenagers on Tuesday night when he peeked onto the adjacent court at Doolittle Community Center to see the status of another game.

May 21, 2022

To “cry poor mouth” is an expression used to habitually complain about a lack of money. A literal poor mouth, however, represents one of the most widespread global diseases: tooth decay. Cavities resulting from poor oral health can drive everything from emotional issues to low self-esteem and health concerns.

The New York Times
May 21, 2022

In the Hulu adaptation of Sally Rooney’s novel, a large and tasteful home becomes an object of infatuation.

KJZZ 91.5
May 20, 2022

The impacts of colonialism and unseemly research reverberate to this day. But, outside of the social sciences and some genomics, efforts to involve and protect Indigenous peoples remain nebulous.

Wall Street Journal
May 20, 2022

The alleged gunman has ties to Taiwan, as his victims do, but he routinely presented himself as allied with Beijing

K.N.P.R. News
May 20, 2022

May is Asian America and Pacific Islander Month, a time we recognize the history, culture and achievements of the AAPI community.

Business Mayor
May 20, 2022

A deadly church shooting in California has spotlighted a politically active Presbyterian congregation that is spread across the U.S. and closely associated with supporters of Taiwan independence.

CBC News
May 20, 2022

The human-made reservoir near Las Vegas is at its driest point in history, revealing long-submerged remains.