Who’s going to land the plane if things go wrong? We already ride on trains without engineers and are preparing for driverless cars. Why not pilotless airliners?
A daughter remembers her father’s long, full life and the war that almost took it.
Whether capturing the sights or ourselves at the sites, we brand ourselves through the pictures we take.
How often do elected officials, working in the fishbowl of public life, get to publicly enjoy themselves in the company of their peers and constituents?
Whether you call it feminism or humanism or common sense, the struggle continues. And victories are not permanent.
The president has the chance to implement a legally binding deal on greenhouse gas reductions, without being hamstrung by a recalcitrant Congress.
When It Comes To Tempering Our Biases, Starbucks Has A Role — But It Has Nothing To Do With Stickers On Coffee CupsBy Wendy Kaminer
With “Race Together,” Starbucks misses the mark — but not entirely.
In 2015, NFL Players Shouldn't Be Hearing About Concussions And Their Repercussions For The First TimeBy Bill Littlefield
Despite mounting research, statistics and growing scientific concern about the link between football and brain disease, it appears the attitude of the NFL is the same as it ever was.
At what point does the individual case fall victim to an inherited history?
NFL rookie Chris Borland quits after one season, and an actor declines an offer to be the voice of the sport.
At the age of 29, I seem to be the only one of my friends who feels anything but apathy.
This World Water Day, there is an urgent need to re-examine the domestic laws that protect access to safe, affordable drinking water.
It’s right to feel passionately about causes one believes in. It’s just not realistic to expect others to feel the same way.
Anti-vaxxers, while relatively invisible and benign as individuals — can be harmful and dangerous when they reach critical mass. The same is true of racists.
Our national menu may be gloriously international, but it comes with a heaping side portion of ignorance.
After the winter we’ve had, there’s no time like the present to fix the state’s transportation woes.
No harm and no secrets: These should be the hallmarks of medicine. Unfortunately, we still have a long way to go.