D.C. Circuit Court Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson is slated to make history as the first Black woman to sit on the Supreme Court of the United States. GW faculty experts are available to comment on the judicial, political, and procedural aspects of Judg

Brandon Bartels, a professor of political science, is an expert on judicial politics. He can provide more insight into Judge Jackson’s background and judicial philosophy and the power dynamics that could be in play during the proceedings. Todd Belt, a…

Proposed DACA rule offers stability, as doors close in Congress

The Office of Management and Budget completed its review of a proposed rule to preserve deportation protections for an estimated 700,000 ‘Dreamers.’ Stephen Yale-Loehr, an immigration law professor at Cornell Law School and co-author of a leading 21-volume immigration law…

Despite refugee boost and family reunification, Biden has ‘long road to go’

On Monday, the Biden administration announced a significant increase in the number refugees allowed to enter the United States. The announcement comes as the administration also begins to reunite parents separated from their children under the Trump administration’s family separation…

Biden immigration bill brings promise and peril

The Biden administration plans to unveil its comprehensive immigration bill on Thursday alongside Congressional leaders. The following Cornell University experts are available and a longer list of researchers offering legal, labor and historical perspectives can be found here. Stephen Yale-Loehr,…

Joe Biden gives hopes to millions who stutter

Recently inaugurated President Joe Biden is a positive role model to people who stutter and will raise awareness of stuttering worldwide, according to Rodney Gabel, stuttering expert and professor at Binghamton University, State University of New York. He also serves…

WashU Experts: The first 100 Biden/Harris days

Obamacare will get retooled, not repealed. A national mask mandate will boost consumer spending, research shows (though don’t expect much from homeowners, they’re strapped). The $300 billion for R&D should go to D, not R. So forecasts an array of WashU experts.

Chaos, violence at U.S. Capitol, IU experts are available to comment

BLOOMINGTON, Ind. — Shortly after President Donald Trump addressed supporters Wednesday in Washington D.C., and said he would never concede the election, chaos and violence erupted as a mob of his supporters stormed the U.S. Capitol. Congress was in the…

Expert: 2020 election and the economy

President Donald Trump has consistently touted the economy’s pre-COVID-19 success and recent rebound as one of his greatest successes as president, if not one of the greatest economies in U.S. history. But how strong is the economy really? And how much of that success can be attributed to the president? Three experts from the Olin Business School at Washington University in St.

Quick Take: How COVID-19 Has Impacted the Presidential Race

As February turned to March, the race for the White House dominated daily news coverage, social media feeds, and office and dinner conversations. Pretty typical during an election year. As Super Tuesday came and went, candidates for the Democratic Party nomination continued to bow out of the race to set up an epic showdown between Bernie and Biden.

Expert Available to Discuss Iowa Caucuses

Ross Baker, distinguished professor of political science at Rutgers University–New Brunswick and an expert on American politics, is available for interviews before, during and after next week’s Iowa caucuses. Baker is a former research associate at the Brookings Institution. He…