Charitable giving surges at the end of the calendar year. These important questions can help you determine where to give so that your money does the most good.
Cut the the prison population in half by 2020 and end the unconscionable racial inequity in incarceration. And that’s just for starters.
My gut response to research in the Cave de Chauvet Pont d’Arc is to cease our meddling and seal it back up.
The Pakistan Taliban intended to inflict as much damage as possible.
I look forward to this period of bare trees, bare ground and quiet all through the noisy year.
I’m Jewish, and…I adore this season. I have fun opening cards that say “Merry Christmas” and seeing public Christmas trees that don’t have Hanukkah menorahs next to them. I love Christmas parties and secret Santas and caroling.
What really makes me feel like I don’t belong are the official ways that Christmas is celebrated in our supposedly secular country. December 25 is a legal holiday. Many public offices feature wreaths and Santa Claus, symbols of the season.
Happily monogamous, but waiting for the other shoe — and a man’s biological imperative — to drop.
The 1,603-page spending bill, crafted behind closed doors and passed on December 11, 2014, will reverse what little progress Democrats have made regulating avaricious bankers and reining in billionaire political contributors.
The recent police shootings of unarmed black men stir memories of the author’s first exposure to racial prejudice.
In her new production, “Vagina Monologues” playwright Eve Ensler explores politics, consumption and other pressing societal woes.
Gov.-elect Charlie Baker has a real-time opportunity to demonstrate that his administration will not represent business-as-usual at the State House.
Want better leaders in public office? Lure better candidates with salaries that give private sector jobs — and special interest dollars — a run for their money.
When law enforcement and security state agents are unleashed and unaccountable, they can’t be trusted to keep us safe or free.
Of the many lessons to be learned from the recent Rolling Stone-UVA article disaster, one is that apologies work only when they’re real.
Mandatory body cameras will not resolve the real issues between law enforcement and the public.