In a historic vote Friday morning, the U.S. House of Representatives voted to expel George Santos (R-NY) from Congress over ethics and campaign finance violations. The historic vote makes Santos just the sixth lawmaker and first Republican to be expelled from the House in U.S. history.
The Salton Sea in southern California's Imperial Valley—now aptly dubbed "Lithium Valley"—has emerged as a global hotspot for this critical mineral and contains some of the world's largest lithium deposits, according to a recent U.S. Department of Energy report.
USC experts discuss how global trade regulations, consumer demands, and technological advancements are bringing human rights to the forefront of the changing textile industry.
USC experts provide insights into the key trends that are likely to shape consumer behavior during the holiday season.
As the Israel-Hamas war continues, USC experts are available to discuss the issue from an international relations perspective and to share insights on topics consequentially related to the war here in the United States.
Hollywood actors and major film and television studios have reached a deal to end the industry-disrupting strike that persisted for months.
Diversity and inclusion programs, book bans, censorship, debates over school curricula are all signs that America’s culture wars have moved into a new combat zone: school boards.
USC and SCEC experts are available for interviews on earthquakes, in topics ranging from the physics underlying Earth movements to the financial fallout from natural disasters.
USC experts are available to discuss the historic conservation effort and the challenges that climate change poses to water management in the region. Read the full story on USC News here.
The U.S. Department of Energy has unveiled one of its most substantial commitments to date in support of climate-resilient infrastructure: $167 million in grants to enhance the nation's power grids, making them better able to withstand the climate-induced extreme weather events and natural disasters that have battered the country with increasing frequency and severity in recent years.