University of Maryland
Director of the Human-Computer Interaction Lab at the University of Maryland and author of the new textbook, Analyzing the Social Web
With every click, tap and swipe on our digital devices we're creating massive amounts of data — messages, purchases, status updates – and we're archiving everything we do for…
Jan. 3, 2014
from To the Point
For most of American history, abortion has been legal, outlawed only from 1867 to 1973. Now the U.S. Supreme Court might outlaw it again by overturning Roe v. Wade.
from To the Point
Last month, LA saw its first major fire of what’s expected to be a devastating season.
from Press Play with Madeleine Brand
It’s been two weeks since a gunman in San Jose reported to work, opened fire, and killed nine people before killing himself.
from News Special Programming
Between 2016 and 2019, Bakersfield police officers used force that broke at least 45 bones in 31 people, an analysis of public records shows.
from News Stories
Josh Barro and Ken White talk about the grand jury empaneled to consider indictments for or related to former President Trump, and more.
from All the Presidents' Lawyers
For African Americans, June 19 (Juneteenth) is both a celebration of freedom and an occasion of somber remembrance.
from Life Examined
With the state’s color-coded reopening tiers riding off into the sunset, there’s no more social distancing, and masks in almost every indoor situation are being retired.
from KCRW Features
Josh Barro speaks with Liz Bruenig and Ross Douthat about the summit between President Biden and Vladimir Putin, cyberattacks, another test for Obamacare, and decadence.
from Left, Right & Center
After 15 months of the pandemic, the Golden State is no longer requiring capacity limits, masks, or social distancing in most places.
from Greater LA