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No End in Sight for House Speaker Vacancy, UMD Congressional Expert Says

Professor, Author: Republican Infighting Exposes Party Divisions, Snarls Effort to Resume Governing

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Amid 40% Surge in Violent Crime, D.C. Faces Unique Challenges, UMD Gun Violence Expert Tells Congress

Researcher Calls for New Laws, $6B Anti-Violence Investment

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UMD Tech Tool Aims to Make Workplaces More Inclusive for Autistic People

Video Platform Designed by Neurodiverse Team Could Improve Communications for All

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UMD-Post Poll: Americans Split on Athletes Sharing Political Views

Pro Players’ Support of Voting Rights Has Broad Approval

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Gun Violence Expert Elected to the National Academy of Medicine

Joseph Richardson Jr. Becomes Record 69th UMD Faculty Member in National Academies

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How to Be “Foolish”

Alumna Sarah Cooper, Who Went Viral for Lip-Syncing to Trump, Releases Memoir

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$1M Gift Transforms Program to Help Students With Autism, Neurodiverse Needs Navigate College and Beyond

Alumnus Was Motivated to “Turbocharge” Efforts to Make UMD a National Leader

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Hearing 'Workout' Helps Make Meaning From Noise

UMD Researchers’ Training can Help Older People Retain Social, Family Connections

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UMD Researchers Follow the Money to the House Floor

Computational Tools to Map Connections Between Congressional Speeches and Donations

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Op/ed: The Rise of Single-Parent Homes Is Not a Good Thing

Economist in New Book Argues Policies Should Fight ‘Widening Class Gap in Family Structure’

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Roads to Recovery

In Rural Maryland, a New ‘Been-There-Done-That’ Approach to the Opioid Crisis Offers Hope on Four Wheels

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‘Cheese’ the Day

Passion for Provolone, Parmesan Drives Alum to Pivot From Overseas Development to Opening Tasting Bar

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