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One in Three Americans Say They Might Consider Abolishing or Limiting Supreme Court

An Annenberg Public Policy Center survey found sharp increases in Americans willing to abolish or limit the nation's highest court if it makes decisions with which they or Congress disagreed.

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CARGC Press Releases CARGC Special Report by Sara García Santamaría

Beyond “Technological Exception”: Emerging Debates in Cuban Independent Journalism

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Americans’ Civics Knowledge Increases During a Stress-Filled Year

A growing number of Americans can name the branches of government and the freedoms under the First Amendment though many still misunderstand basic facts about how government works.

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9/11, 20 Years Later

Barbie Zelizer joined experts across the University to share her thoughts on how 9/11 transformed her field, her research, and the world.

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Jackson and Tan Mentor Doctoral Students on Conducting Community-Engaged Research

Thanks to a new Penn program, doctoral students Antoine Haywood and David S. Cordero are getting hands-on research experience.

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Centola and Pickard Honor Former Penn Faculty with New Chair Names

Centola and Pickard have chosen legendary scholars Elihu Katz and C. Edwin Baker.

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FactCheck.org Honored with 2020 Sigma Delta Chi Award

A project of the Annenberg Public Policy Center, FactCheck.org was recognized for excellence in professional journalism.

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MIC Infographic: Raising the Bar for Journalism

A new infographic entitled “Raising the Bar for Journalism” and released by the Media, Inequality & Change Center (MIC) makes...

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Toward a Better Understanding of "Fake News"

Professor Duncan Watts published a framework for developing a comprehensive research agenda to study the origins, nature, and consequences of misinformation on democracy.

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Doctoral Student Florence Madenga Studies Journalism, Censorship, and Internet Shutdowns on the African Continent

What counts as journalism and what doesn’t? Why are certain types of storytelling censored and others aren’t?