While the Common Application has opened doors for prospective students, it has also exacerbated the disadvantages of low-income college applicants and increased favor toward affluent students.
A recent ruling in India's highest court poses questions about the nature of sex work.
European classical music's complicated relationship with other cultures raises questions of creativity and appropriation.
How should American creationists balance their faith and the medical advances that contradict it?
On whether children can be granted positive rights that do not always apply to adults.
On the complications of weeding out implicit bias in jury selection.
Donald Trump's unpredictability has long been an asset of campaign. It's also what scares former nuclear test site worker Jack Doyle.
Medical advances have granted scientists the possibility to create embryos with DNA from three parents. What are the ethical considerations to the process?
Bob Dylan's Nobel award opens up questions of music as literature, as well as how the Nobel committee chooses its honorees.
Despite a faltered peace deal, Juan Manuel Santos was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize. Did he deserve it?