🎧 Lee Jussim, a Rutgers University distinguished professor of psychology, explains microaggressions and concerns regarding them.
There was another mass shooting over the weekend, this time at a Texas mall. What steps can be taken to reduce gun violence?
On this episode of the Utterly Moderate Podcast, we are joined by Michael Shermer from Skeptic Magazine to discuss the rise of conspiracy theories in America.
On this episode of the Utterly Moderate Podcast we discuss the difficult tasks of reducing extremism and radicalization in the U.S. as well as improving our political discourse.
Misleading information is being fed to liberals and conservatives within their ideological bubbles. How the left deals with misinformation is the topic of this week's Utterly Moderate Podcast.
Social Security provides vital benefits and financial protection for women.
On this episode of the Utterly Moderate Podcast we are discussing women in fields related to science, technology, engineering and mathematics in the U.S.
Host Lawrence Eppard is joined by David Beckemeyer, host of the brand new podcast Outrage Overload.
Editorial cartoonists provide political and social commentary on important news of the day. Two cartoonists talk about their work on the latest episode of the Utterly Moderate Podcast.
🎧 Can anything be done to save the Great Salt Lake? The future of the lake is this week's topic of the Utterly Moderate Podcast.
A Pulitzer Prize-winning scholar provides insight into the Pope’s actions during World War II.
🎧 Is the nation in the middle of a constitutional crisis? It's the topic of the latest Utterly Moderate Podcast.
🎧 A nationally syndicated columnist offers thoughts on several polarizing issues on the latest Utterly Moderate Podcast.
Members of the Shelby County board discuss whether or not to approve a motion to continue farming the county-owned farmland for the near future.
Our weekly round-up of letters published in the Herald and Review.
This week's local crime and court updates from Herald and Review.
The public is welcome at the Fell Arboretum on the Illinois State University Quad, where trees provide opportunities for education and relaxation.
Some people dream of seeing each of America’s 48 mainland states in a lifetime. Bob Reynolds and John Skittone did it in 38 hours and 13 minutes.
State and federal officials are investigating an outbreak of 26 cases of salmonella infections in northeastern Illinois linked to ground beef.
See the counties with the worst droughts in Iowa using data from U.S. Drought Monitor.
City officials say the apartments of the three missing individuals were in the collapsed zone of the building and that they had a "high probability of being home."
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A man wanted in connection with a May 31 shooting in Decatur has been arrested in Las Vegas, officials said.
Northwest Indiana man charged with stalking, threatening Taylor Swift: 'We will destroy you,' accusations say
"(Mitchell) Taebel still maintains a delusion that he and the ARTIST will be married and, if elected President, that the ARTIST will be his First Lady," charges say.
Listen to the first chapter of Late Edition: Crime Beat Chronicles that examines the circumstances surrounding the deaths of two girls in Tucson, Arizona.
Illinois State Police are investigating after one or more Lincoln police officers shot a man armed with a knife in Lincoln.
New law requires township board to convene a committee to study and report on local government efficiency.
State Rep. Brad Halbrook is hosting a Session-End Town Hall on Thursday, June 8, in Sullivan.
About 175 million tons of freight travels on the Mississippi yearly, and from the river’s headwaters to southern Illinois, a series of locks and dams guide barges through the journey.
How well do police forces represent racial makeup of their communities? | Behind the Headlines podcast
🎧 Reporter Karen Robinson-Jacobs discusses the racial makeup of police departments in relation to the communities they serve.