On Russia's decision to label Jehovah's Witnesses as an extremist group for a lack of patriotism, despite their belief in pacifism and nonviolence.
Kendall Jenner's Pepsi ad isn't alone in tying economic profit to social justice advocacy
On the impact of France's 2017 elections on Europe following the rise of the far right and political outsiders.
Though more relevant now than ever, belief in conspiracy has long been a controversial aspect of society.
Can one consider herself a Christian if she does not believe in the resurrection of Christ?
Raising Indiana's cigarette tax could improve public health, but would hit the state's poorest citizens the hardest.
If Trump's strikes in Syria and Afghanistan are to be considered justified, they must adhere to certain standards of warfare.
On how the overbooking incident on United Airlines speaks to problems with the business models of the domestic airline industry.
Marvel and DC may have diversified their comic book characters, but that has yet to translate to the film industry.
Total Frat Move's Instagram posts depicting potential animal abuse have prompted criticism.