Director of Illinois State University’s Planetarium Tom Willmitch talks about the possibilities that Planet Nine exists.
Associate Professor of Networking and Communications Glen Sagers says forcing Apple to open back door to an iPhone would do extensive harm.
Meghan Leonard examines what makes the vacancy caused by the death of Supreme Court justice Antonin Scalia such a whirlwind.
Assistant Professor in Mennonite College of Nursing and public health expert Carla Pohl explains the Zika virus and the potential threat.
Carl Palmer, assistant professor of Politics and Government at Illinois State University, weighed in on what the New Hampshire primary means for the candidates.
Associate Professor and Assistant Chair for the Department of Management and Quantitative Methods Mathew Sheep, who studied the changing identity of the Episcopal Church, talks about the church’s loss of voting rights.
Associate Professor of Theatre Leslie Sloan Orr says the exclusion of diversity in Hollywood is not new, but is all the more frustrating because it feels as though we are taking two steps backward.
Associate Professor of Geography John Kostelnick says that many Chicago neighborhoods are being redefined.
Illinois State University Professor of Politics and Government Lane Crothers says militia groups like the one occupying buildings on federal land in Oregon, have a unique interpretation of citizenship under the U.S. Constitution that motivates their actions.
The Federal Reserve increased interest rates for the first time since the financial crisis. Professor and Chair for the Department of Finance, Insurance and Law Gary Koppenhaver talks about what this means, what happens next, who will win, and who will lose.