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Javelin missiles are in short supply and restocking them won't be easy

 Notre Dame professor Eugene Gholz says it's one of almost two dozen Army-run plants across the country that make and refurbish military hardware.

Abortion brawl draws Ruth Bader Ginsburg's legacy on Roe v. Wade into the spotlight

"I think that the equal protection arguments that you see developed in scholarship wouldn't get off the ground," said Sherif Girgis, a former Alito clerk and professor at Notre Dame Law School.

The Real Reason Biden Won’t be Able to Fix the Baby Formula Crisis

Though it has existed since the late 19th century, most parents who chose not to breast-feed fed their babies condensed milk, rather than infant formula, into the 1960s, according to a paper written for the USDA by a University of Notre Dame professor, David Betson.

A divided Colombia is poised to elect its first leftist president

Just 4% of the land-reform measures mandated in the accord have been put in place since it was signed, according to the Kroc Institute for International Peace Studies at the University of Notre Dame in Indiana.

Florida Lab to Mimic Category 6 Hurricanes with 200-Mile-per-Hour Wind

The facility will host scientists not just from FIU but also from eight other research institutions: the University of Florida; Georgia Tech; Oregon State University; Stanford University; the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign; the University of Notre Dame; Colorado State University; and Wayne State University.