Stefani is a writer based in the California Bay Area with expertise in urban issues and public health. In her free time she is often found reading diverse literature, writing stories, or enjoying the outdoors. Follow her on Twitter: @stefanicox
It's been 60 years since Rosa Parks stood up for equality on a Montgomery, Alabama, bus. What would she have to say today?
The NSA's ability to get records from telecommunications companies just changed, and that's a good thing.
A drug is going into human testing that could prevent rapid aging.
New research suggests that converting all of our energy to renewable energy might actually be possible by 2050.
Conversations about police brutality and stereotyping are incomplete without a look at the racial wealth gap.
Google has a new tool out to help you compare mortgages. Will it be setting trends for a new market in the upcoming years?
Syrian refugees and others are in crisis, but to approach the problem with temporary solutions won't get us very far.
Research now says that we all react differently to the same foods. Maybe grabbing that cookie isn't as bad as we thought it was.
Nature versus nurture is back, and this time it's about happiness. Do our behaviors make us happy, or does our brain?
Climate change will hurt farmers, although not all equally. American farmers won't have it nearly as bad as African ones.
Many parents in China seek to teach their kids valuable coding skills, and they're not the only ones.
Fear might lead U.S. states to try and close their borders to Syrian refugees, but is that really a productive move?
Companies like Uber get a lot of hype, but they may need to innovate their policies to become real changemakers in the new economy.