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A researcher studied a year of public Venmo transactions. Here's what she learned
"You're basically having people testify against themselves in transaction comments about illicit activity," said Mike Chapple, who teaches business analytics and cybersecurity courses at the University of Notre Dame's Mendoza College of Business.
Charities Can Reject Foster Parents for Immigrant Kids Over Religion
Richard Garnett, a law professor at Notre Dame Law School and director of the university’s Program on Church, State & Society, doesn’t see a problem with such faith-based eligibility criteria “so long as there are other options available for people who do not meet these criteria and so long as it is clear that the government is supporting the service provisions, not the religious criteria.”
Raising a Child in a Doomed World
Roy Scranton is a professor of English at the University of Notre Dame.
Rebooting the Ethical Soldier
Robert H. Latiff is a retired Air Force major general.
Dems: Trump must take Putin to task on election meddling
Putin, for his part, is likely aiming to win an end to sanctions, which are harming Russian industries and individuals, Susanne Wengle of the University of Notre Dame told the Washington Post – as well as “recognition as a legitimate great power.”
A look at the issues at stake ahead of Trump and Putin's summit
"I think it's a good thing the president is talking to our adversaries, because that's what diplomacy is all about but certainly, we don't want him to go over there and give away the store," Michael Desch, a foreign policy expert and director of the International Security Center at the University of Notre Dame, told CNBC.
What Trump and Putin want from their historic summit
Susanne Wengle, assistant professor of political science, University of Notre Dame.
Eric Shawn: How should Putin be punished?
Michael Desch, director of the International Security Center at the University of Notre Dame.
The New York Yankees Are a Moral Abomination
David Bentley Hart is the author of “The New Testament: A Translation.”
500 theologians to gather in Sarajevo to talk ethics, action
Other panels include Dominican Sr. Alison Munro, head of the AIDS Office of the Southern African Bishops' Conference; Msgr. Francisco Niño Súa, associate general secretary of the Latin American regional bishops' conference; and Emmanuel Katongole, a Ugandan now at the University of Notre Dame's Kroc Institute for International Peace Studies in Indiana.
Why Catholics and Jews dominate at the Supreme Court
"For a whole lot of Catholic and Jewish immigrants, law school was, in a very pressing way, a ticket to the middle class," said Richard W. Garnett, a law professor at the University of Notre Dame.
Lawmakers, experts doubt Trump could unilaterally pull US from NATO
Mary Ellen O'Connell, a professor of Law and International Dispute Resolution at the University of Notre Dame told ABC News that the Constitution makes clear that the president needs Congress to create a treaty, but it's less clear about whether a president can dismantle one.
Real questions about what NATO’s future should be: Professor
Michael Desch, professor of political science at the University of Notre Dame discusses the NATO summit, Trump's comments on defense spending and Germany's relationship with Russia.
Notre Dame legal scholar: Supreme Court pick Kavanaugh ‘highly talented’
Richard W. Garnett is the Paul J. Schierl/Fort Howard Corporation Professor at the University of Notre Dame Law School.
Opening the Word: Love of the shepherd
Timothy P. O’Malley, Ph.D., is managing director of the McGrath Institute for Church Life.
Donald Trump is right to question NATO
Michael C. Desch is a Packey J. Dee professor of political science at Notre Dame and director of the Notre Dame International Security Center (NDISC).
Catholics don’t see sweeping legal change with Trump’s SCOTUS pick
According to Rick Garnett, an associate dean and professor of law at Notre Dame Law School, Kavanaugh’s legal thinking is “shaped by Scalia,” as he believes is the case for all of the potential contenders on the president’s shortlist.
The Supreme Court could cripple an Obama-era consumer finance watchdog if agency critic Brett Kavanaugh is confirmed
"Ironically, Mick Mulvaney has given some credibility to the theory that a single director can abuse his power," said Judith Fox, a former member of the CFPB's Consumer Advisory Board who was fired alongside the 24 other members of the advisory group during a conference call last month.
Conservatives pushing Kavanaugh’s family-man image
Many of those groups had hoped Trump would instead nominate Amy Coney Barrett, a circuit court judge, former Notre Dame professor, staunch Catholic and mother to seven kids.
President Trump Nominates Brett Kavanaugh To Supreme Court
Richard Garnett, Professor at Notre Dame Law School, where he teaches constitutional law and is the founding director of the program on Church, State and Society.