Answered By: Joyce A. Miller Last Updated: Jan 08, 2018 Views: 69
Use the Controversial Issues research guide, linked below.
It leads to Opposing Viewpoints, Points of View CQ Researcher and other time-saving library databases with excellent subject overviews, magazine articles, news videos, interviews, and more.
These are great for researching "hot topic" issues: texting while driving, underage drinking, concussions, immigration, health insurance, and hundreds of others.
If you're researching environmental science topics (Adirondack issues, dredging PCBs, overfishing, alternative energy, fracking, invasive species, etc.) , try the Adirondack Mountains and Environmental Science research guides, below.