As our capabilities become ever more advanced, so too does our need to assess and debate the possible consequences of our technological advances.
In his long-awaited apostolic exhortation, the pope underscores that one’s own internal compass must take center stage in moral reckoning.
Taking the NBA and NCAA to task for their tepid response to the North Carolina law that limits protections for the LGBT community.
On April 12, the landmark Massachusetts health care law turns 10 years old. The law, which is better known as Romneycare, became a model for the federal reform.
Until women are paid what they are worth, this country is missing a great growth opportunity.
Two epidemics. Thousands of deaths. So why aren’t our leaders attacking these crises with equal urgency, funding and legislation?
What’s the line between sharing and oversharing?
If Wilson’s name were to be removed at Princeton, would the students, faculty and staff there be closer to racial equality?
Enough with schedules and choreographed commitments. Summers, afternoons and weekends are for creative play and exploration.
If there is one thing that has been consistent about this election cycle, it is that there has been nothing consistent about this election cycle.
One small step for culinary mastery. One giant leap for a formerly kitchen-phobic home cook.
We used to have diaries to keep track of our lives. Now we have receipts.
Did the oil giant lie to shareholders about business risks stemming from climate change? And how far did the corporation’s efforts to sway scientific opinion go?
Lactivists insist that they are providing “support,” but a close look indicates that it is more like bullying.
Unions negotiating wages and benefits with their employers would be one free-market solution to inequality, lessening the need for government action.
With the campaign craziness at full boil, people are struggling to figure out who to vote for and how to avoid arguments.
Bit by bit, Donald Trump has disgorged so much anti-woman, anti-immigrant, anti-black and anti-Hispanic hate that the mass of its combined sewage may finally be backing up into his own house.
As everything changes, (thankfully) baseball stays the same.
In medical ethics, a matter of language separates life from death. So why do some families release their loves ones, while others cling to hope?
What if you could bypass flying and rail and instead use a ground-based form of transit that’s not only faster and cleaner, but cheaper?
We may look back on the 2016 election as the year that White Male Privilege finally got what it’s had coming to it for more than 240 years: a drubbing at the polls.