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Week of September 12

Reuters quoted Sarah Binder, professor of political science, in the article “Paul Ryan's challenges will not start until after Nov. 8 election,” by Susan Cornwell.

The New York Times quoted Charles Leinberger, the Charles Bendit Distinguished Scholar and research professor of urban real estate, in the article “A Glorified Sidewalk, and the Path to Transform Atlanta,’’ by Richard Fausset.

CBS News quoted Ami Zota, assistant professor of environmental and occupational health, in the article “Household dust is laced with toxic chemicals, study finds,” by Mary Brophy Marcus.

The Washington Business Journal featured Linda Livingstone, dean of the School of Business, in their “Women Who Mean Business” series.

ABC News spoke to Jane Freundel Levey, consulting curator, Albert H. Small Washingtoniana Collection, about the "Your Next President...!” exhibit at The George Washington University Museum and The Textile Museum.

Week of September 5

The New York Times quoted Laura Dickinson, the Oswald Symister Colclough Research Professor of Law, in the article “Air Force, Running Low on Drone Pilots, Turns to Contractors in Terror Fight,” by Michael S. Schmidt.

In The Wall Street Journal, Annamaria Lusardi, the Denit Trust Chair of Economics and Accountancy, authored the article “Three Myths About Why People Don’t Plan for Retirement.

The Daily Mail (U.K.) quoted Michael Cornfield, associate professor of political management, and mentioned the GW Battleground Poll, in the article “It's (still) a tie! Now Clinton and Trump are virtually even in another poll that puts the race inside margin of error,” by David Martosko.

The Economist quoted Matthew Hindman, associate professor of media and public affairs, in the article “Yes, I’d lie to you.’’

Agence France-Presse quoted Frank Cilluffo, director of the Center for Cyber and Homeland Security, and mentioned data from the Program on Extremism in the article “15 Years After 9/11, Terror Threat Now 'Home-Grown.'’’

Week of August 29

Voice of America quoted J.M. Berger, fellow in the Program on Extremism, in the article “IS Followers Flock to Telegram After being Driven from Twitter,’’ by Mehdi Jedinia.

The San Diego Union Tribune quoted Christopher Leinberger, chairman of the Center for Real  Estate and Urban Analysis, in the article “San Diego’s Unprecedented Transportation Goal,’’ by Joshua Emerson Smith.

Scientific American quoted Kevin Pelphrey, director of the Autism and Developmental Disorders Institute, in the article “An Auditory Component to Autism,’’ by Anna Pycha.

South China Morning Post mentioned David Shambaugh, professor of political science and international affairs, in the article “The Singapore political system may prove a difficult model for China, whatever the West thinks,’’ by Tom Plate.

In The Billings Gazette, Ron Faucheux, adjunct professor in the Graduate School of Political Management, authored the article “Guest View: Who will conquer Electoral College voting in 2016?’’
 

Sinclair Broadcast Group quoted Scott White, associate professor of cyber security, in the article “Amid false airport shooting reports, experts warn against living in fear,” by Stephen Loiaconi.

Mashable quoted Charles Samenow, associate professor of psychiatry and behavioral sciences, in the article “One way to understand Anthony Weiner's compulsive sexting,” by Rebecca Ruiz.

In USA Today, Jonathan Turley, the J.B. and Maurice C. Shapiro Professor of Public Interest Law, authored the article “Free speech should not be big news.

In Newsweek, Neil H. Buchanan, professor of law, authored the article “Who is Keeping the IRS ‘Scandal’ Alive? And Why?

Voice of America quoted Neal Barnard, adjunct associate professor of medicine, in the article “Some Foods Can Be Medicine,” by Faiza Elmasry.

The Washington Post quoted Stephen Saltzburg, the Wallace and Beverley Woodbury University Professor of Law, in the article “An innocent black man was punched, tased and arrested by police officers. A jury awarded him $18.” By Kristine Guerra.

The Washington Post quoted Jessica Tillipman, professorial lecturer in law, in the article “Why Bob McDonnell could face criminal trial No. 2, while Hillary Clinton runs for president,” by Matt Zapotosky and Rachel Weiner.

CNBC (online) quoted Lawrence Cunningham, the Henry St. George Tucker III Research Professor of Law, in the article “A birthday message from Warren Buffett on being lucky,” by Eric Rosenbaum.

Vox quoted John Sides, associate professor of political science, in the article “Can Gary Johnson take advantage of the two parties' historically unpopular nominees?” by Tara Golshan.

The Los Angeles Times quoted Seamus Hughes, deputy director of the Program on Extremism, in the article “Key Islamic State official killed in Syria, group says,” by Laura King, Nabih Bulos and W.J. Hennigan.
 

The Atlantic quoted Elizabeth Saunders, assistant professor of political science and international affairs, in the article “The Inverted Politics of American Exceptionalism,” by Clare Foran.

WYPR-FM, Baltimore, spoke to Susan Susan Ariel Aaronson, research professor of international affairs, about the Trans-Pacific Partnership.

Reuters quoted J.M. Berger, fellow in the Program on Extremism, in the article “White nationalists use Twitter with 'relative impunity': report,” by Dustin Volz.

CCTV America spoke to Kamran Bokhari, fellow in the Program on Extremism, about anti-terrorism efforts.

In The Huffington Post, Amitai Etzioni, university professor and professor of international affairs, authored the article “Build a wall? On the beaches?

Reuters quoted Peter Raven-Hansen, professor of law, in the article “How will 2nd Circuit’s rejection of verdict against PLO affect anti-terror suits?’’ by Alison Frankel.

The Washington Post mentioned Tara Sinclair, associate professor of economics, in the article “Job market expected to maintain momentum in August,’’ by Ylan Q. Mui.

The New York Times quoted Scott Pace, director of the Space Policy Institute, in the article “SpaceX Rocket Explodes at Launchpad in Cape Canaveral,’’ by Kenneth Chang, Mike Isaac, and Matt Richtel.

DCist quoted Edward Salsberg, professorial lecturer in the Health Workforce Institute, in the article “Demand At A Gleaming New Medical Center In Southwest Outpaces Supply Of Physicians,’’ by Christina Sturdivant.

Bloomberg BNA quoted Sofie Miller, senior policy analyst in the Regulatory Studies Center, in the article “Little Credit Given for Rule Cuts With Big Savings,’’ by Cheryl Bolen.

Week of August 22

In Newsweek, Neil H. Buchanan, professor of law, authored the article “Has Hillary Learned From Bill’s Mistakes?’’

The New York Times quoted Sara Rosenbaum, the Harold and Jane Hirsh Professor of Health Law and Policy, in the article “U.S. Officials Move to End Duplicate Health Care Coverage,’’ by Robert Pear.

Voice of America quoted Gary Nordlinger, professional in residency for global advocacy, in the article “Mike Pence: The Calm Behind Trump Campaign Storm,’’ by Katherine Gypson.

Japan Today quoted Henry Nau, professor of political science and international affairs, in the article “Ex-Reagan aide hopes Abe has strategic vision to match Nakasone's,’’ by Ko Hirano.

In Foreign Policy David Shambaugh, professor of political science and international affairs, co- authored the article “An Alternative History for China.’’

Forbes mentioned research co-authored by Stephanie Cellini, associate professor of public policy and public administration, and economics, in the article “Keep Coding Bootcamps Great: Don't Give Them Taxpayer Money,” by Preston Cooper.

AllAfrica.com quoted Paul Williams, associate professor of international affairs, in the article “South Sudan: Should the UN Surrender Over Peacekeeping?” by Sam Oakford.

In The Atlantic, Stephen Biddle, professor of political science and international affairs, co-authored the article “The Problem With Vows to 'Defeat' the Islamic State.”

Boston Review quoted Alexander Downes, associate professor of political science and international affairs, in the article “NATO Has Problems, But Trump Won’t Fix Them,” by Simon Waxman.

The New York Times quoted John Sides, associate professor of political science, in the article “How Donald Trump Blew Up the ‘Gaffe’,” by Charles Homans.

WABC’s “The John Batchelor Show” spoke to Lara Brown, interim director of the Graduate School of Political Management, about Donald Trump supporters.

NPR (online) quoted Michael Long, assistant professor of prevention and community health, in the article “Berkeley's Soda Tax Appears To Cut Consumption Of Sugary Drinks,” by Dan Charles.

The Verge quoted Scott Pace, director of the Space Policy Institute, in the article “NASA’s hopes for Mars and the future are at stake in the 2016 election,” by Loren Grush.

In Forbes, Susan Dudley, director of the Regulatory Studies Center, authored the article “For Trump And Clinton, Some Campaign Promises Will Be Harder To Keep Than Others.

In The Diplomat, Amitai Etzioni, university professor and professor of international affairs, authored the article “For a Grand Bargain with China.

The New York Times quoted Seyyed Hossein Nasr, university professor of Islamic studies, in the article “Saudis and Extremism: ‘Both the Arsonists and the Firefighters’,” by Scott Shane.

Reuters quoted Sean Cleary, associate professor of epidemiology & biostatistics, in the article “Doctors may miss ADHD in nonwhite kids,” by Lisa Rapaport.

Christian Science Monitor quoted Robert Orttung, associate professor of international affairs, in the article “How the DNC hack is boosting anti-US sentiment in Russia,” by Jack Detsch.

In The Washington Post, Marc Lynch, professor of political science and international affairs, authored the article “How Arab authoritarian regimes learned to defeat popular protests.

In The Washington Post, Orin Kerr, the Fred C. Stevenson Research Professor of Law, authored the article “Does the Fourth Amendment allow arrest warrants for civil offenses?

U.S. News & World Report quoted Sarah Binder, professor of political science, in the article “Agreeing on Change,’’ by Andrew Soergel.

The Associated Press quoted Seamus Hughes, deputy director of the Program on Extremism, in the article “What’s in a name? Governments recast anti-extremism efforts,’’ by Philip Marcelo.

CNN (online) quoted Frank Cilluffo, director of the Center of Cyber and Homeland Security, in the article “Chinese cyber spies may be watching you, experts warn,’’ by Thom Patterson.

In The Huffington Post, Richard Cytowic, clinical assistant professor of neurology, authored the article “Muscle Memory — It’s In Your Head, Not Your Limbs.’’

Washingtonian mentioned an exhibit at The George Washington University Museum and The Textile Museum in the article “Presidential Campaigns Have Always Been Absurd,’’ by Sarah Stodder.

Week of August 15

Quartz quoted Danny Hayes, associate professor of political science, in the article “If millennials truly want to start a political revolution, they’ll need to vote,’’ by Lisa Roepe.

Financial Times quoted Lara Brown, interim director of the Graduate School of Political Management, in the article “Trump loses his shine in Pennsylvania,’’ by Courtney Weaver.

In The Washington Post, John Sides, associate professor of political science, authored the article “White Christian America is dying.’’

In The New Yorker, Amitai Etzioni, university professor and professor of international affairs, authored the letter to the editor “Gentrifying the Ghetto.’’

CBC News quoted Kamran Bokhari, fellow in the Program on Extremism, in the article “Why the community wasn't warned about Aaron Driver,’’ by Nicole Ireland.

Mother Jones quoted Jessica Tillipman, professorial lecturer in law, in the article “Donald Trump Has a Huge Conflict of Interest That No One's Talking About,” by Russ Choma.

The Huffington Post quoted Jesse Pines, professor of emergency medicine and of health policy, in the article “Deadly Louisiana Floods Overwhelm Emergency Response Efforts,” by Kim Bellware.

American Public Media’s “Marketplace” spoke to Stephen Kaplan, assistant professor of political science and international affairs, about difficulties in Venezuela.

Forbes quoted Nihar Ganju, visiting professor of obstetrics and gynecology, in the article “Babyscripts Aims To Revolutionize Prenatal Care In The U.S.,” by Tara Haelle.

Vox quoted Cynthia Lee, the Charles Kennedy Poe Research Professor of Law, in the article “Implicit bias means we're all probably at least a little bit racist,” by Jenee Desmond-Harris.

Scientific American quoted Kevin Pelphrey, professor of pharmacology and physiology and of pediatrics, in the article “An Auditory Component to Autism,” by Anne Pycha.

New York Post quoted Naomi Cahn, the Harold H. Greene Professor of Law, in the article “The sexy secrets from NYC’s long-sealed divorce records,” by Julia Marsh, Samantha Tomaszewski and Ross Toback.

New York Post quoted Amanda Visek, associate professor of exercise and nutrition sciences, in the article “9 ways to trick yourself into exercising more,” by Liz Krieger.

The New York Times quoted Neil Ruiz, executive director of the Center for Law, Economics and Finance, in the article “Donald Trump Wants to Cut Visa Program He Used for His Own Models,” by Ron Nixon.

In The Washington Post, Jonathan Turley, the J.B. and Maurice C. Shapiro Professor of Public Interest Law, authored the article “Trump’s ‘extreme vetting’ is harsh, but it would be legal.

In Newsweek, Neil H. Buchanan, professor of law, authored the article “Should Clinton Trim to the Right to Win Wavering Republicans?

USA Today quoted Tara Sinclair, associate professor of economics, in the article “Fed minutes show rate hike could come 'soon',” by Matt Krantz.

The Globe and Mail quoted Gary Nordlinger, professional in residency for global advocacy, in the article “Now would be an ideal time for Obama to serve a third term,” by John Ibbitson.

MarketWatch quoted Annamaria Lusardi, the Denit Trust Chair of Economics and Accountancy, in the article “We need to mandate financial education in grades K-12… and beyond,” by Robert Powell.

Nature quoted Arnaud Martin, assistant professor of biological sciences, in the article “CRISPR's hopeful monsters: gene-editing storms evo-devo labs,” by Ewen Callaway.

WTOP (online) quoted James Bailey, the Hochberg Professorial Fellow of Leadership Development Professor of Management, in the article “Exclusive: Metro, Baltimore Police Department face similar challenges,’’ by Max Smith.

McClatchy Newspapers quoted Walter Rowe, professor of forensic sciences, in the article “Exonerations in America are at a record high, but not because of DNA,’’ by John Tompkins and Christopher Huffaker.

The Diplomat quoted from a study written by Stephen Biddle, professor of political science and international affairs, in the article “A New War in the Pacific Could be ‘Trench Warfare’ at Sea,’’ by Steven Stashwick

HealthDay quoted Yan Ma, associate professor of epidemiology and biostatistics, in the article “Knee Surgery Rarer, but Problems More Likely, for Minority Patients.’’

The Huffington Post quoted Wayne Cohen, professorial lecturer in law, in the article “Staying In The Know When It Comes To Car Consumer Safety,’’ by Robi Ludwig.

Week of August 8

Kaiser Health News mentioned a report published by the Jacobs Institute of Women’s Health in the article “California Doctors And Hospitals Tussle Over Role Of Nurse-Midwives,’’ by Anna Gorman.

In The Hill, Daniel Horowitz, senior fellow in the Center for Cyber and Homeland Security,  authored the article “Justice Dept. sides with Main Street over monopolies.’’

The Associated Press quoted comments made by Seamus Hughes, deputy director of the Program on Extremism, in the article “FBI: CDs Bearing Radical Cleric’s Name Found at Detroit Home.’’

In Newsweek, Neil H. Buchanan, professor of law, authored the article “Trump’s Bullying Exposes Paul Ryan’s Shallowness.’

In The Hill, Susan Ariel Aaronson, research professor of international affairs, authored the article “The challenge for internationalists in Election 2016.’’

Agence France-Presse spoke to Ellen Zavian, adjunct assistant professor of sport management, about the United States women’s national soccer team.

The Atlantic quoted Elizabeth Saunders, assistant professor of political science and international affairs, in the article “Why Is Hillary Clinton Courting Republican Foreign-Policy Heavyweights?” by Clare Foran.

The Chicago Tribune quoted Joan Schaffner, associate professor of law, in the article “Whipped, kicked, beaten: Illinois workers describe abuse of hogs,” by David Jackson and Gary Marx.

Kiplinger quoted Annamaria Lusardi, the Denit Trust Chair of Economics and Accountancy, in the article “How Men and Women Think Differently About Money,” by Janet Bodnar.

In The Washington Post, Sarah Wagner, associate professor of anthropology, authored the article “How fallen service members, and their families, became politically sacred.

The Dallas Morning News quoted Jesse Pines, professor of emergency medicine and of health policy, in the article “Not expanding Medicaid hurts Texas, studies say,” by Sabriya Rice.

Chemical & Engineering News quoted Santiago Solares, associate professor of engineering and applied science, in the article “AFM tips on demand,” by Matt Davenport.

CBC News (Canada) mentioned Kris Lehnhardt, assistant professor of emergency medicine, in the article "Meet some of Canada's keenest astronaut candidates," by Emily Chung.

WABC’s “The John Batchelor Show” spoke to Lara Brown, interim director of the Graduate School of Political Management, about the 2016 election cycle.

In The Washington Post, Orin Kerr, the Fred C. Stevenson Research Professor of Law, authored the article “Tenth Circuit: Accessing email is a ‘search’ under the Jones trespass test.

USA Today quoted Wayne Cohen, professorial lecturer in law, in the article “Baltimore police face changes after blistering report,” by John Bacon and Melanie Eversley.

CNN (online) quoted Jeffrey Rosen, professor of law, in the article “27 words: Deconstructing the Second Amendment,” by AJ Willingham.

Time (online) quoted Stephen Saltzburg, the Wallace and Beverley Woodbury University Professor of Law, in the article “Secret Service Has Spoken With Donald Trump Campaign: Report,” by Will Drabold and Lissandra Villa.

Newsweek quoted Janne Nolan, research professor of international affairs, and William Burr, senior analyst at the National Security Archive, in the article “Donald Trump's glib talk about nukes obscures a greater danger,” by Jeff Stein.

In The Huffington Post, Amitai Etzioni, university professor and professor of international affairs, authored the article “Responding to the End of Economic Growth.”

The Washington Post quoted Frank Sesno, director of the School of Media and Public Affairs, in the article “Influential, shrewd and quirky, Arianna Huffington changed the Web,’’ by Margaret Sullivan.

The Christian Science Monitor quoted Bernard Wood, university professor of human origins, in the article “Piltdown Man: Scientists finally get to the bottom of notorious scientific forgery,’’ by Nicole Orttung.

Business Insider quoted Susan Dudley, research professor of public policy and public administration, in the article “Trump could undo Obama's big criminal-justice reforms,’’ by Eli Hager.

The New York Times quoted William Dietz, director of the Sumner M. Redstone Global Center for Prevention and Wellness, in the article “Should You Salt a Child’s Food?’’ by Rachel Rabkin Peachman.

The Hill mentioned research conducted by the Regulatory Studies Center in the article “Growth of red tape outpaces economy,’’ by Marsha Blackburn and Andrew Ogles.

Week of August 1

The Associated Press quoted Mark Hyman, teaching assistant professor of management, in the article “For a Child's Dreams, Are Parents Going for Gold, or Broke?’’ by Sarah Skidmore Sell.

Reuters quoted J.M. Berger, fellow in the Program on Extremism, in the article “As 'caliphate' shrinks, Islamic State looks to global attacks,’’ by Stephen Kalin and Ahmed Tolba.

BBC News quoted Kathy Korman Frey, entrepreneur in residence, in the article “When students start a business in university.’

WAM-Emirates News Agency, United Arab Emirates, quoted Lorenzo Vidino, director of the Program on Extremism, in the article “London conference calls for challenging organisations using Islam for their political goals.’’

In MarketWatch, Annamaria Lusardi, the Denit Trust Chair of Economics and Accountancy, authored the article “So much student debt, so much ignorance.’’

CNN (online) quoted Kim Robien, associate professor of exercise & nutrition sciences and of epidemiology and biost, in the article “Meat-eaters may have a higher risk of death, but plants are the answer,” by Jacqueline Howard.

The Christian Science Monitor quoted Gary Nordlinger, professional in residency for global advocacy, in the article “Trump, a fallen soldier, and the myth of game-changing moments,” by Story Hinckley and Mark Sappenfield.

The Orange County Register quoted Mark Langevin, professorial lecturer in the Elliott School of International Affairs, in the article “Risk of illness looms over boaters and swimmers in Rio's polluted waters,” by Scott Reid.

Politico quoted Susan Dudley, director of the Regulatory Studies Center, and mentioned a report published by the Regulatory Studies Center in the article “Obama agencies bet on Clinton win,” by Andrew Restuccia.

In The Washington Post, Orin Kerr, the Fred C. Stevenson Research Professor of Law, authored the article “Pinging a cellphone is justified by exigent circumstances, court holds.

The New York Times quoted Christopher Leinberger, the Charles Bendit Distinguished Scholar and Research Professor, in the article “The Town Center Regains Significance,” by Keith Schneider.

Buzzfeed News quoted Peter Smirniotopoulos, adjunct professor of real estate, in the article “Trump Gave His Kids A Big Stake In Huge Government Deal, Document Shows,” by Aram Roston and Daniel Wagner.

The Atlantic quoted Miriam Galston, associate professor of law, in the article “Trump Wants to Make Churches the New Super PACs,” by Emma Green.

WAMU-FM’s “The Diane Rehm Show’’ spoke to Spencer Overton, professor of law, about voter access in 2016.

CBC News (online) quoted Michael Cornfield, associate professor of political science, in the article “'No evidence of it happening': Experts scrutinize Trump's claims of election rigging,” by Mark Gollom.

The New York Times quoted Henry Hertzfeld, research professor of space policy and international affairs, in the article “California Company Gets Approval to Put Robotic Lander on Moon,” by Kenneth Chang.

The Associated Press quoted John Logsdon, professor emeritus of political science and international affairs, in the article “Fly me to the moon: Feds OK private firm's lunar flight plan,” by Seth Borenstein.

The New York Times quoted Janne Nolan, research professor of international affairs, in the article “Donald Trump, Perhaps Unwittingly, Exposes Paradox of Nuclear Arms,” by Max Fisher.

The Chronicle of Higher Education quoted Lisa Delpy Neirotti, associate professor of sport management, in the article “Every 2 Years, One Professor Turns the Olympics Into Her Classroom,” by Arielle Martinez.

The Associated Press quoted Seamus Hughes, deputy director of the Program on Extremism, in the article “FBI: Transit officer 1st lawman charged under US terror law,” by Matthew Barakat.

U.S. News & World Report quoted Natalie Milman, associate professor of education technology, in the article “What to Expect Out of an Online Graduate Program in Education,’’ by Jordan Friedman.

The Christian Science Monitor quoted Stephen Saltzburg, the Wallace and Beverley Woodbury University Professor of Law, in the article “Why Missouri Gov. Nixon was ordered to serve as a public defender,’’ by Aidan Quigley.

The Washington Post quoted Ira Lupu, the F. Elwood and Eleanor Davis Professor Emeritus of Law, in the article “After School Satan Club proposal spurs debate on religious activity in public schools,’’ by Katherine Stewart.

In The Washington Post, Kimberly Gross, associate professor of media and public affairs, co-authored the article “Democrats played up the flag at their convention. Was that risky?’’

Bloomberg quoted Laura Rogers, deputy director of the Antibiotic Resistance Action Center, in the article “Why Big Pharma Wants to Switch Billions of Farm Animals to Vaccines From Antibiotics,’’ by Jared S. Hopkins.

Week of July 25

The Washington Post quoted Andrew Wiseman, adjunct professor in the Department of Geography, in the article “Volunteers work together to map neighborhoods and tell their stories,’’ by Mary Hui.

The Houston Chronicle quoted John Logsdon, professor emeritus in the Space Policy Institute, in the article “Space analysts say Mars mission needs more funding,’’ by Mike Tolson.

The Boston Globe quoted J.M. Berger, fellow in the Program on Extremism, in the article “Mass. workers come to grips with place on ISIS hit list,’’ by Jan Ransom.

Voice of America quoted Gary Nordlinger, professional in residency for global advocacy, in the article “At Convention, Democrats Look to Counter GOP With Upbeat Message,’’ by Aru Pande.

The Washington Post quoted J.J. MacNab, fellow in the Program on Extremism, in the article “The rise of black nationalist groups that captivated killers in Dallas, Baton Rouge,’’ by Kevin Sullivan.

In Washington Business Journal, Steven Knapp, university president, authored the article “7 ways universities can close innovation gap.

The Boston Globe quoted Lara Brown, interim director of the Graduate School of Political Management, in the article “Jill Stein sees opportunity with Sanders supporters,” by Meg Bernhard.

The Wall Street Journal quoted Allida Black, research professor of history and international affairs, in the article “‘First Dude’ Bill Clinton Would Reshape Historic Role,” by Carol E. Lee.

The Financial Times quoted David Shambaugh, professor of political science and international affairs, in the article “Xi’s China: The rise of party politics,” by Tom Mitchell.

In War on the Rocks, David Jonas, professorial lecturer in law, co-authored the article “All Cards on the Table: First-Use of Nuclear Weapons.

NPR’s “All Things Considered” spoke to Nikki Usher, assistant professor of media and public affairs, about the public’s perception of crime.

WTOP-FM (online) quoted Adam Friedman, associate professor of dermatology, in the article “Supplements may thwart sunburn for sweaty,” by Sarah Beth Hensley.

TechCrunch quoted Wayne Cohen, professorial lecturer in law, in the article “What the NTSB knows about the fatal Tesla crash, so far,” by Lara Kolodny.

The Huffington Post quoted Amarnath Amarasingam, fellow in the Program on Extremism, in the article “Islamic State Attacks in Europe: A Rough Guide to ISIS Lone Wolves,” by Tam Hussein.

In Yahoo! News, Matthew Dallek, assistant professor of political management, authored the article “Bill and Hillary, as in ’92, may give us 2 for the price of 1. Do we want that?

Time (online) quoted Ami Zota, assistant professor of environmental and occupational health, in the article “The Truth About Your Tampons,” by Markham Heid.

The Atlantic quoted Cindy Liu, assistant research professor in environmental and occupational health, in the article “Scientists Sniff Out a New Antibiotic In Nose Microbes,” by Ed Yong.

U.S. News and World Report quoted Sarah Binder, professor of political science, in the article “What's Next for the Fed?” by Andrew Soergel.

In The Washington Post, Elizabeth Saunders, assistant professor of political science and international affairs, authored the article “Mitch McConnell thinks you don’t need experience to be president. Here’s why he’s wrong.

PolitiFact quoted Tara Sinclair, associate professor of economics, and Neil H. Buchanan, professor of law, in the article “Donald Trump Jr. says unemployment rates are manipulated for political purposes,” by C. Eugene Emery Jr.

Time quoted Danny Leipziger, professor of the practice of international business, in the article “Clinton’s Nomination Puts Women Closer to Running 3 of the World’s Largest Economies,’’ by Alicia Adamczyk.

Sinclair Broadcast Group quoted Michael Cornfield, associate professor of political science, in the article “Trump’s strategy to distract from Democratic convention carries risks, rewards,’’ by Stephen Loiaconi.

In USA Today, Jonathan Turley, the J.B. and Maurice C. Shapiro Professor of Public Interest Law, authored the article “What a roadside trading post in Alaska taught me about politics.’’

The Chronicle of Higher Education mentioned Amitai Etzioni, university professor and professor of international affairs, in the article “The Vanishing Big Thinker,’’ by Alan Wolfe.

The Dallas Morning News mentioned a GW study in the article “Counting trees? Downtown Dallas taking steps to be more pedestrian friendly,’’ by Brandon Formby.

Week of July 18

The Associated Press quoted Stephen Biddle, professor of political science and international affairs, in the article “US officers see unexpected slip in Taliban violence,’’ by Robert Burns.

The Boston Globe quoted J.M. Berger, fellow in the Program on Extremism, in the article “ISIS affiliate puts 264 in Mass. on its ‘kill list,’’’ by Jan Ransom.

The New York Times quoted Amarnath Amarasingam, fellow in the Program on Extremism, In the article “Bangladesh, Blaming Local Groups for Attacks, Seeks Suspects Tied to ISIS,’’ by Ellen Barry and Maher Sattar.

In Newsweek, Neil H. Buchanan, professor of law, authored the article “My Inbox is Full of Festering, Delusional Paranoid Hate.’’

The New York Post mentioned research conducted by Annamaria Lusardi, the Denit Trust Chair of Economics and Accountancy, in the article “How Google is making you stupid,’’ by Larry Getlen.

CNN (online) quoted Lara Brown, interim director of the Graduate School of Political Management, in the article “Ex-UKIP leader Nigel Farage to attend RNC,’’ by Dominque Heckles and Julia Manchester.

NBC News quoted J.J. MacNab, fellow in the Program on Extremism, in the article “What Is the Washitaw Nation, 'Sovereign' Group Baton Rouge Shooter Identified With?’’ by Anna R. Schecter.

The Tennessean quoted Ronald Weitzer, professor of sociology, in the article “Predominantly white, Nashville police aim to diversify force,’’ by Mike Reicher and Dave Boucher.

Reuters quoted comments written by David Shambaugh, professor of political science and international affairs, in the article “Documents from purged Chinese leader Zhao Ziyang to be published in Hong Kong,’’ by Benjamin Kang Lim and Ben Blanchard.

The Miami Herald quoted Robert Maguire, professor of practice of international affairs and director of the Latin American and Hemispheric Studies Program, in the article “Will a Haiti election without U.S. dollars undermine the vote?’’ by  Jacqueline Charles.

WYPR-FM’s “Midday” spoke to Marc Lynch, professor of political science and international affairs, about politics in the Middle East.

Federal News Radio (online) quoted Jesse Pines, professor of emergency medicine and of health policy, in the article “Interoperability, info sharing ‘barriers’ to health IT,” by Meredith Somers.

Voice of America quoted Beatriz Cuartas, director of the political management program, in the article “Millennials Could Determine Who Wins White House Race,” by Alexa Lamanna.

The Straits Times (Singapore) quoted David Shambaugh, professor of political science and international affairs, in the article “US, China 'need to cool off' in S. China Sea dispute,” by Jason Ou.

In Forbes, Susan Dudley, director of the Regulatory Studies Center, authored the article “What Trump And Clinton Won't Be Talking About At The National Conventions.

ABC News (online) quoted Frank Sesno, director of the School of Media and Public Affairs, in the article “The Future of Roger Ailes and Fox News at Critical Turning Point,” by Paul Blake.

Roll Call quoted Robert Glicksman, the J. B. and Maurice C. Shapiro Professor of Environmental Law, in the article “Advocates Press Bigger Role for Nuclear in Clean Energy Goals,” by Elvina Nawaguna.

Buzzfeed News quoted Scott Pace, director of the Space Policy Institute, in the article “Astronaut Eileen Collins Takes Heat For Speaking At GOP Convention,” by Dan Vergano.

In Yahoo! News, Matthew Dallek, assistant professor of political management, authored the article “Why 2016 Isn’t 1968.”

PolitiFact quoted Tara Sinclair, associate professor of economics, in the article “Mike Pence says there are more Hoosiers going to work than ever before,” by Louis Jacobson.

The San Francisco Chronicle quoted Michael Cornfield, associate professor of political management, in the article “In acceptance speech, Donald Trump vows to fix ‘rigged system’,” by Joe Garofoli.

The Philadelphia Inquirer quoted Anthony Scialli, clinical professor of obstetrics and gynecology, in the article “For extreme nausea in pregnancy, drug offers lifeline - and quandary,” by Anndee Hochman.

Wired quoted John Logsdon, professor emeritus of political science and international affairs, in the article “So, Space Shuttle Pilot Eileen Collins Speaking at the RNC. That Was Interesting,” by Eric Niler.

In The Baltimore Sun, Reuben Brigety, dean of the Elliott School of International Affairs, authored the article “Repairing our fractured country.”

The Financial Times mentioned data from the Program on Extremism in the article “The digital war with Isis,” by Gillian Tett.

Week of July 11

The Washington Examiner quoted Julie Fischer, professorial lecturer in the Milken Institute School of Public Health, in the article “When Zika is expected to hit the U.S.,’’ by Paige Winfield Cunningham.

CNN quoted J.M. Berger, fellow in the Program on Extremism, in the article “Was Dallas cop killer Micah Johnson radicalized online?’’ by Drew Griffin, David Fitzpatrick and Curt Devine.

National Geographic quoted Eric Cline, professor of classics and anthropology, in the article “Discovery of Philistine Cemetery May Solve Biblical Mystery,’’ by Kristin Romey.

The New York Times quoted Sarah Binder, professor of political science, in the article “Paul Ryan’s Worst Ally,’’ by Jackie Calmes.

In The Washington Post, Ellen Lawton, lead research scientist in the Milken Institute School of Public Health, co-authored the article “One reason so many veterans are homeless? They can’t afford lawyers.’’

PBS’ “NewsHour” spoke to Esther Brimmer, professor of practice of international affairs, about the recent NATO summit.

Vox quoted Sara Rosenbaum, the Harold and Jane Hirsh Professor of Health Law and Policy, in the article “Understanding Hillary,” by Ezra Klein.

Kaiser Health News quoted Gurusher Panjrath, assistant professor in medicine, in the article “Heart Failure Patients Warned About The Dangers Of Mixing Prescriptions,” by Carmen Heredia Rodriguez.

Arimus Media’s “Africa Leadership Dialogue” spoke to Reuben Brigety, dean of the Elliott School of International Affairs, about global politics.

The Washington Post quoted Lance Price, director of the Antibiotic Resistance Action Center, in the article “Superbug gene detected in a second person in the U.S.,” by Lena H. Sun.

Today.com quoted Adam Friedman, associate professor of dermatology, in the article “Mom shares story of daughter's skin cancer death to help save others,” by Meghan Holohan.

WAMU’s “The Kojo Nnamdi Show” spoke to Rick Foucheux, professor in the department of theater and dance, about his career on D.C. area stages.

The Christian Science Monitor quoted Lara Brown, interim director of the Graduate School of Political Management, in the article “With voters wary of Trump and Clinton, where are the third party votes?” by Aidan Quigley.

In The Wall Street Journal, Annamaria Lusardi, the Denit Trust Chair of Economics and Accountancy, authored the article “So Much Student Debt, So Much Ignorance.

In The Conversation, Leighton Ku, director of the Center for Health Policy Research, authored the article “Up in smoke: We’ll spend billions tomorrow for not helping poor people quit smoking today.

USA Today quoted James Clark, the Ronald Weintraub Professor of Biology, in the article “Scientists find new two-fingered dinosaur -- and a curse,” by Traci Watson.

The Washington Post quoted Stephen Lubkemann, associate professor of anthropology and international affairs, in the article “Haunting relics from a slave ship headed for African American museum,” by Michael E. Ruane.

The Huffington Post quoted Diane Harris Cline, associate professor of history, in the article “The Greeks Are Us,” by Evaggelos Vallianatos.

New Scientist quoted Brenda Bradley, associate professor of anthropology, in the article “Gorillas may have evolved a way to beat a cheating berry plant,” by Karl Gruber.

American Public Media’s “Marketplace Tech” spoke to Susan Aaronson, research professor of international affairs, about new guidelines for sharing data across the Atlantic Ocean.

Bloomberg BNA quoted Robert Brauneis, professor of law, in the article “New Librarian of Congress Faces Copyright Modernization,’’ by Anandashankar Mazumdar.

Time quoted Robert Tuttle, the David R. and Sherry Kirschner Berz Research Professor of Law and Religion, in the article “Republican Platform Calls for Repeal of Ban on Political Organizing by Churches,’’ by Elizabeth Dias.

PolitiFact quoted Tara Sinclair, associate professor of economics, in the article “Mike Pence offers misleading statistic on employment peak in Indiana,’’ by Louis Jacobson.

NPR quoted Orin Kerr, the Fred C. Stevenson Research Professor of Law, in the article “How A 'Nightmare' Law Could Make Sharing Passwords Illegal,’’ by Alan  Yu.

Smithsonian mentioned GW’s partnership with the Slave Wrecks Project in the article “Few Artifacts of the Transatlantic Slave Trade Still Exist. These Iron Blocks Help Tell That Gut-Wrenching Story,’’ by Allison Keyes.

Week of July 4

The Washington Post reviewed a book written by Matthew Dallek, assistant professor of political management, in the article “Eleanor Roosevelt and Fiorello La Guardia battling over how to protect Americans,’’ by Dina Temple-Raston.

The Hill quoted Peter Shin, associate professor of health policy, in the article "Planned Parenthood showdown threatens Zika funding," by Peter Sullivan.

CCTV America spoke to Hossein Askari, the Iran Professor of International Business and International Affairs, about the growth of Islamic finance.

The New York Times quoted Daniel Kaniewski, senior fellow in the Center for Cyber and Homeland Security, in the article "Democratic and Republican Conventions Lure and Repel Visitors to Host Cities," by Amy Zipkin.

In Foreign Affairs, Frank Cilluffo, director of the Center for Cyber and Homeland Security, co-authored the article "NATO After Brexit."

The Christian Science Monitor quoted Lara Brown, interim director of the Graduate School of Political Management, in the article “Is Donald Trump alienating big business?” by Christina Beck.

Politico quoted Stephen Saltzburg, the Wallace and Beverley Woodbury University Professor of Law, in the article “Comey takes heat for 'unprecedented' rebuke,” by Issac Arnsdorf.

The Guardian quoted Robert Brauneis, professor of law, in the article “Little Guy v The Man: when ordinary people take on Trump, Fox, the government and more,” by Simon Usborne and Colin Drury.

In The New York Times, Thomas Mallon, professor of English, co-authored the article “Which Book Deserves a Sequel?

In The Washington Post, Orin Kerr, the Fred C. Stevenson Research Professor of Law, authored the article “Comey’s unusual public recommendation in the Clinton email investigation.”

CCTV America spoke to Imani Cheers, assistant professor of media and public affairs, about the role of higher education in society.

The New Yorker quoted Amarnath Amarasingam, fellow in the Program on Extremism, in the article “How Will Bangladesh Respond to the ISIS-Inspired Attack in Dhaka?’’ by Samanth Subramanian.

CNN (online) mentioned research conducted by the Program on Extremism on ISIS recruiting in the article “'I was stunned': Politician identifies son as Dhaka terrorist,” by Tiffany Ap and Sugham Pokharel.

Bloomberg quoted Jonathan Turley, the J.B. and Maurice C. Shapiro Professor of Public Interest Law, in the article “Comey Found Clinton’s No Petraeus in Abusing Classified Material,” by Andrew Harris.

The Detroit News quoted Wayne Cohen, professorial lecturer in law, in the article “Tesla ‘Autopilot’ crashes raise new questions, concerns,” by Michael Wayland.

Foreign Policy quoted Stephen Biddle, professor of political science and international affairs, in the article “Obama Slows Withdrawal From a War He Pledged to End,” by Dan De Luce and Molly O’Toole.

WAMU-FM’s “Metropocalypse” spoke to Christopher Leinberger, the Charles Bendit Distinguished Scholar and Research Professor, about the future of transportation in Washington D.C.

The Boston Globe quoted Avi Dor, professor of health policy, economics and public policy and public administration, in the article “Medical marijuana changing prescription practices, study finds,” by Kay Lazar.

The Atlanta Journal Constitution quoted Frank Sesno, director of the School of Media and Public Affairs, in the article “Gretchen Carlson faces challenges fighting Fox News over sexual harassment,” by Rodney Ho.

In The Huffington Post, Clint Watts, senior fellow in the Center for Cyber and Homeland Security, authored the article “Horrific ISIS Attacks During Ramadan Disguise a Retreating and Fracturing Terror Group."

Washingtonian quoted Michael Selmi, the Samuel Tyler Research Professor of Law, in the article “Can Chefs Legally Ban Donald Trump From Their Restaurants?’’ by Anna Spiegel.

NPR (online) quoted Jay Graham, professorial lecturer in the Milken Institute School of Public Health, in the article “Millions Of Women Take A Long Walk With A 40-Pound Water Can,’’ by Vicky Hallett.

The Christian Science Monitor quoted Stephen Smith, professor of economics and international affairs and director of the Institute for International Economic Policy, in the article “Will Bill Gates's 100,000 chickens help Africans cross the road to prosperity?’’ by Nicole Orrttung.

Stat quoted Lance Price, director of the Antibiotic Resistance Action Center, in the article “Scientists discover new threat to antibiotic of last resort,’’ by Andrew Joseph.

In The Detroit Free Press, Celeste Monforton, professorial lecturer in the Milken Institute School of Public Health, co-authored the article “More must be done to protect workers.’’

Week of June 27

The Washington Times quoted Matthew Dallek, assistant professor of political management, in the article “Warren joins Hillary in Cincinnati as analysts speculate over VP potential,’’ by Ben Wolfgang.

American Public Media’s “Marketplace” spoke to Susan Aaronson, research professor of international affairs, about digital trade.

AllAfrica.com quoted Paul Williams, associate professor of international affairs, in the article “Africa: Who Should Pay for African Peacekeeping?’’ by Obi Anyadike.

Voice of America’s “Encounter’’ spoke to P.J. Crowley, fellow in the Institute for Public Diplomacy and Global Communication, about the mass shooting in Orlando. Listen to the June 24 program.

The Pittsburgh Tribune-Review quoted Lara Brown, director of the Political Management program, in the article “Political watchers look for clues to November election in Brexit vote,’’ by Tom Fontaine.

The Washington Post quoted Jessica Tillipman, professorial lecturer in law, in the article “Supreme Court overturns corruption conviction of former Va. governor McDonnell,” by Robert Barnes.

McClatchy Newspapers quoted Christopher Arterton, professor emeritus of political management, in the article “Will Democrats finally win on gun sales by being less ambitious?” by James Rosen.

Agence France-Presse quoted Lance Price, director of the Antibiotic Resistance Action Center, in the article “Second US patient identified with super-resistant bacteria.”

Reuters quoted Randall Eliason, professorial lecturer in law, in the article “U.S. top court overturns Virginia ex-governor's corruption conviction,” by Lawrence Hurley and David Ingram.

In The Washington Post, John Sides, associate professor of political science, authored the article “Are voters really guided by gender stereotypes? New research says no.”

Agence France-Presse quoted Nikki Usher, assistant professor of media and public affairs, in the article “Media firms lose control of news as tech platforms rise,” by Rob Lever.

WABC Radio’s “The John Batchelor Show’’ spoke to Lara Brown, director of the Political Management program, about the 2016 presidential race.

CCTV America spoke to Imani Cheers, assistant professor of media and public affairs, about the societal impact of pop culture.

Bloomberg Law spoke to Joan Meier, professor of clinical law, about the Supreme Court ruling that people convicted of misdemeanor domestic violence should be barred from owning firearms.

Vox mentioned a book co-authored by Danny Hayes, associate professor of political science, in the article “A new political science book makes a provocative argument: women in politics don’t face gender bias,” by Sarah Kliff.

The New York Times quoted Garry Young, associate research professor of political science, and Hal Wolman, professor of political science, public policy and public administration, and international affairs, in the article “The Changing Face of Urban Power,” by Thomas Edsall.

Reuters quoted Robert Shesser, chair of the department of emergency medicine, in the article “CPR outcomes may be better with heavier rescuers,” by Linda Thrasybule.

National Geographic (online) quoted Gustavo Hormiga, the Ruth Weintraub Professor of Biology, in the article “Love in the Time of Tarantulas: New Spider Shocks Scientists,” by Carrie Arnold.

International Business Times quoted Nancy Bocskor, adjunct professor in the Graduate School of Political Management, in the article “Money In Politics: Did Donald Trump Break Campaign Finance Rules? Group Files Complaint Over Allegations Of Fundraising Abroad,” by Ned Resnikoff.

The New York Times quoted Seamus Hughes, deputy director of the Program on Extremism, in the article “Turkey, a Conduit for Fighters Joining ISIS, Begins to Feel Its Wrath,” by Rukmini Callimachi.

The New York Times quoted Jonathan Turley, the J.B. and Maurice C. Shapiro Professor of Public Interest Law , in the article “Nancy Grace to Leave HLN After More Than a Decade,’’ by Jonah Engel Bromwich.

The Wall Street Journal quoted Lorenzo Vidino, director of the Program on Extremism, in the article “After an Attack, Germans Question Efforts to Dissuade Young Islamists,’’ by Ruth Bender.

Vice quoted Nate Jones, director of the Freedom of Information Act Project for the National Security Archive, in the article “Obama just made it much easier for the public to access government records,’’ by Jason Leopold.

In The Baltimore Sun, Walter Reich, the Yitzhak Rabin Memorial Professor of International Affairs, Ethics and Human Behavior, authored the article “Watching Brexit, hearing Yeats.’’

Cleveland.com mentioned GW research in the article “Vice President Joe Biden talks Moonshot Initiative: 5 things to know about cancer research,’’ by Emily Bamforth.

Week of June 20

The Wall Street Journal quoted Sarah Binder, professor of political science, in the article “Senate Democrats Cheer On New Guard’s Uprising,’’ by Siobhan Hughes.

The Wall Street Journal mentioned Linda Livingstone, dean of the School of Business, in the article “CFO Network Task Forces’ Priorities.’’

The New Yorker quoted comments written by Bernard Wood, university professor of human origins, in the article “Digging for Glory,’’ by Paige Williams.

The Hill quoted Lorenzo Vidino, director of the Program on Extremism, in the article “Officials vexed by homegrown terror threat,’’ by Julian Hattern.

The Boston Globe quoted Seamus Hughes, deputy director of the Program on Extremism, in the article “In terror cases, high standard for probable cause,’’ by Milton J. Valencia.

CCTV America spoke to Hartmut Doebel, assistant professor of biology, about why honeybees are on the verge of extension.

Wired quoted Scott White, associate professor of cyber security, in the article “Cleveland Will Create a City Within a City to Keep the RNC Civil,” by Sam Lubell.

Newsweek quoted Bruno Petinaux, assistant professor of emergency medicine, in the article “Can ISIS take down D.C.?” by Jeff Stein.

In The Washington Post, Henry Farrell, associate professor of political science and international affairs, authored the article “The Obama administration wanted to open up government to citizen input. Why hasn’t it worked?

In The Chronicle of Higher Education, David Karpf, assistant professor of media and public affairs, authored the article “The Clickbait Candidate.

Reuters quoted Joann Weiner, visiting associate professor of economics, in the article “Uber and Lyft rivals rush to Texas capital after fingerprint fight,” by Jon Herskovitz.

WAMU-FM’s “The Diane Rehm Show’’ spoke to Scheherazade Rehman, professor of international business and international affairs, about the consequences of a British exit from the European Union.

Sinclair Broadcast Group quoted Gary Nordlinger, professional in residency for global advocacy, in the article “Despite Trump's fundraising troubles, race remains tight as conventions approach,” by Stephen Loiaconi.

In The Seattle Times, Leana Wen, assistant professor of emergency medicine, authored the article “How Seattle can address public-health inequities.

Voice of America quoted John Sides, associate professor of political science, in the article “Trump Acknowledges Struggle to Win Over GOP Faithful,” by Chris Hannas and Ken Bredemeier.

The Associated Press quoted Stephen Saltzburg, the Wallace and Beverley Woodbury University Professor of Law, in the article “Fine print says riders can't blame Uber for unsafe drivers,” by Tom Krisher.

Voice of America quoted Lara Brown, director of the Political Management program, in the article “Trump Unleashes Broadside Against Clinton to Try to Ease GOP Doubts,” by Jim Malone.

The Washington Times quoted Matthew Dallek, assistant professor of political management, in the article “Hillary Clinton stays on the attack, as Donald Trump jets to Scotland,” by Ben Wolfgang.

International Business Times quoted Chryssa Kouveliotou, professor of physics, and George Younes, post-doctoral scientist, in the article “In A First, Scientists Discover ‘Wind Nebula’ Around An Ultramagnetic Neutron Star,” by Avaneesh Pandey.

In The Washington Post, Orin Kerr, the Fred C. Stevenson Research Professor of Law, authored the article “Applying the Fourth Amendment to placing calls from a locked phone to identify its owner.”

The New York Times quoted Amitai Etzioni, university professor and professor of international affairs, in the article “Should Your Driverless Car Hit a Pedestrian to Save Your Life?’’ by John Markoff.

McClatchy Newspapers quoted Matthew Hindman, associate professor of media and public affairs and of political science, in the article “House members’ use of Periscope a milestone for social media,’’ by Tim Johnson.

The Daily Beast quoted Frank Sesno, director of the School  of Media and Public Affairs, in the article “What Can Ex-Trump Aide Corey Lewandowski Say on CNN?’’ by Lloyd Grove.

USA Today quoted Wayne Cohen, professorial lecturer in law, in the article “Officer acquitted of all charges in Freddie Gray case,’’ by John Bacon.

The Economist quoted Mike Mochizuki, the Japan-U.S. Relations Associate Professor of Political Science and International Affairs, in the article “Rina’s legacy.’’

Week of June 13

The Washington Post quoted Frank Sesno, director of the School of Media and Public Affairs, in the article “Guns? Terrorism? Hate crime? Media go to their corners in reporting on Orlando.’’ By Margaret Sullivan.

The New York Post mentioned Jonathan Turley, the J.B. and Maurice C. Shapiro Professor of Public Interest Law, in the editorial “The Clinton university scandal.’’

Voice of America quoted Seamus Hughes, deputy director of the Program on Extremism, in the article “Orlando Shooting Renews Focus on How to Identify, Stop Extremist Attacks,’’ by Chris Hannas.

USA Today quoted Hossein Askari, the Iran Professor of International Business, in the article “How OPEC lost its iron grip on oil prices,’’ by Nathan Bomey.

The Guardian quoted Kamran Bokhari, fellow in the Program on Extremism, in the article “Inside Bangladesh’s killing fields: bloggers and outsiders targeted by fanatics,’’ by Emma Graham-Harrison and Saad Hammadi.

USA Today quoted Jerrold Post, professor emeritus of political psychology and international affairs, in the article “Day after shooting, Orlando strives for normal,’’ by Rick Jervis.

In The Washington Post, John Sides, associate professor of political science, co-authored the article “Do most Americans dislike Clinton and Trump? No, not at all.’’

In The Chicago Tribune, David Gomez, senior fellow in the Center for Cyber and Homeland Security, authored the article “How Did the FBI Miss Omar Mateen?’’

Voice of America quoted Lorenzo Vidino, director of the Program on Extremism, and Audrey Alexander, research fellow, in the article “Islamist Extremism in US Getting Closer Look,’’ by Jeff Swicord.

NPR’s “On Point,” produced by WBUR-FM, spoke to J.M. Berger, fellow in the Program on Extremism about the mass shooting in Orlando.

NPR's "Morning Edition" spoke to Michael Long, assistant professor of prevention and community health, about a tax on sugary drinks.

WAMU-FM spoke to Calvin Warren, assistant professor of American studies, about safe spaces for members of the LGBTQ community.

The Hill quoted Steven Livingston, professor of media and public affairs and professor of international affairs, in the article “A new phase for Trump’s media war,” by Niall Stanage.

NPR’s “All Things Considered” spoke to Frank Cilluffo, director of the Center for Cyber and Homeland Security, about Russian hackers accessing political information.

The Diplomat quoted Allison Macfarlane, director of the Center for International Science & Technology Policy, in the article “Two Steps Toward Obama’s Nuclear ‘Moral Revolution’,” by Henry Lawton.

Times Higher Education spoke to Steven Knapp, university president, about trends in higher education.

Christian Science Monitor quoted Christopher Kojm, the J.B. and Maurice C. Shapiro Professor of International Affairs, in the article “Why 9/11 spirit of unity is missing from Congress after Orlando,” by Francine Kiefer.

The Tampa Bay Times quoted Nikki Usher, assistant professor of media and public affairs, in the article “How pop culture, people's reactions have changed since mass tragedies like the Orlando shooting,” by Sara DiNatale.

In The Washington Post, Kalev Leetaru, senior fellow in the Center for Cyber and Homeland Security, authored the article “Here’s the data that told us Bernie Sanders would lose.

In Newsweek, Neil H. Buchanan, professor of law, authored the article “If You Cut Taxes, Will Revenues Increase? Are You Kidding?

The Wall Street Journal quoted Lawrence Cunningham, the Henry St. George Tucker III Research Professor of Law, in the article “Sumner Redstone’s National Amusements Moves to Oust Five Viacom Directors,” by Joe Flint, Amol Sharma and Joann S. Lublin.

CNBC (online) quoted Mark Kennedy, director of the Graduate School of Political Management, in the article “What Donald Trump can actually do on immigration,” by Jacob Pramuk.

The Atlantic’s “CityLab” mentioned a new report on the most walkable cities in the United States co-authored by Christopher Leinberger, the Charles Bendit Distinguished Scholar and Research Professor, in the article “In the U.S., Walkability Is a Premium Good,” by Richard Florida.

The Atlantic quoted David Karpf, assistant professor of media and public affairs, in the article “Thoughts, Prayers, and Facebook Rants Aren't Enough,” by Adrienne LaFrance.

Salon quoted William Youmans, assistant professor of media and public affairs, in the article “Little reality in Trump TV: Experts say the GOP front-runner’s reported desire to start a network is a pipedream,” by Michael Garofalo.

Week of June 6

The Wall Street Journal mentioned a paper co-authored by GW professors in the article “College Loan Glut Worries Policy Makers,’’ by Josh Mitchell.

USA Today quoted Matthew Dallek, assistant professor of political management, in the article “Obama will be uniquely busy president on the campaign trail,’’ by David Jackson.

The Wall Street Journal quoted Scott Pace, professor of the practice of international affairs, in the article “U.S. Set to Approve Moon Mission by Commercial Space Venture,’’ by Andy Pasztor.

Bloomberg quoted Cynthia McClintock, professor of political science and international affairs, in the article “Wall Street Veteran Edging Ahead in Peru’s Presidential Election,’’ by John Quigley.

The Atlantic mentioned a study conducted by the Center on Education Policy in the article “How Much Testing Is Too Much?’’ by Erik Robelen.

Sinclair Broadcast Group quoted Matthew Dallek, assistant professor of political management, in the article “Reaching the end of his presidency, has Obama's kept his transparency promise?” by Amanda Ota.

Federal News Radio (online) quoted Costis Toregas, lead research scientist in the department of computer science, in the article “Feds lack confidence in agency cyber defenses, understanding,” by Meredith Somers.

Business Insider quoted J.M. Berger, fellow in the Program on Extremism, in the article “ISIS has killed dozens of its own members as leaders are gripped by informant paranoia,” by Barbara Tasch.

Men’s Health quoted William Dietz, director of the Sumner M. Redstone Global Center for Prevention and Wellness, in the article “This Unsettling Chart Shows How Much Fatter Americans Have Become In the Last 20 Years,” by Melissa Romero.

In the Washington Post, Orin Kerr, the Fred C. Stevenson Research Professor of Law, authored the article “The conservative divide on Trump and the “how bad could it get” question.

The Chicago Tribune quoted Meghan Chapple, director of the office of sustainability, in the article “Clean Energy Trust project aims to save startups from 'death by pilot',” by Ally Marotti.

The New York Times quoted Frank Sesno, director of the School of Media and Public Affairs, in the article “Early Nomination Call for Hillary Clinton by Associated Press Sent Media Scrambling,” by Michael Grynbaum.

The Wall Street Journal quoted Sarah Binder, professor of political science, in the article “House Speaker Paul Ryan Calls Donald Trump Comments About Judge ‘Racist’,” by Siobhan Hughes and Kristina Peterson.

BYU Radio spoke to Michael Mann, assistant professor of geography, about his research on the causes of wildfires.

The Hill quoted Sofie Miller, senior policy analyst in the Regulatory Studies Center, in the article “Obama to aggressively pursue 2016 regulations agenda,” by Lydia Wheeler.

The Financial Times quoted David Shambaugh, professor of political science and international affairs, in the article “China’s $10bn propaganda push spreads Down Under,” by Jamie Smyth.

NPR (online) quoted Lawrence Deyton, senior associate dean for clinical public health, in the article “This Med School Teaches Health Policy Along With The Pills,” by Julie Rovner.

Sinclair Broadcast Group quoted Gary Nordlinger, adjunct professor of political management, in the article “Clinton and Trump may be their own worst enemies in general election,” by Stephen Loiaconi.

Voice of America quoted Ralph Steinhardt, the Arthur Selwyn Miller Research Professor of Law, in the article “Noose Tightens on Fugitive War Criminals,” by Jeffrey Young.

Vox quoted Thomas LaVeist, professor of health policy and management, in the article “The jarring pay gap between black and white doctors,” by Julia Belluz.

U.S. News & World Report quoted Yolanda Haywood, assistant dean for student and curricular affairs in the School of Medicine and Health Sciences, in the article “Medical Schools Rally to Make Classes More Diverse,’’ by Delece Smith-Barrow.

The Associated Press quoted George Gray, professor of environmental and occupational health, in the article “More Americans Are Dying Each Year by Accident,’’ by Seth Borenstein.

NPR (online) quoted Fitzhugh Mullan, professor of health policy and management and pediatrics, in the article “For Doctors-In-Training, A Dose Of Health Policy Helps The Medicine Go Down,’’ by Julie Rovner.

Science quoted Kevin Pelphrey, professor of pharmacology and physiology and pediatrics, in the article “Autism may stem—in part—from a disordered sense of touch,’’ by Teal Burrell.

The Guardian quoted Seamus Hughes, deputy director of the Program on Extremism, in the article “American Isis defector charged despite no evidence of violence,’’ by Spencer Ackerman.