Coal fires, furthered by mining and human activity, continue burn around the world - and many won't be extinguished for centuries.
Margaret Atwood's dystopian novel, now a popular show, poses troubling parallels for surrogacy in the United States.
Concern around a dubious internet game, reportedly linked to several teen suicides, resembles a moral panic more than anything else.
Formulating strategies to address female genital mutilation largely depend on the philosophical underpinnings guiding them.
Utah's choice to lower the BAC limit to 0.05 percent underscores the debate between autonomy and risk.
Cheerleading may uphold questionable views of women and gender roles. For some, it is also their life's passion.
Volkswagen is working to rebound from its diesel emissions scandal. What has the company learned?
Indigenous Maori groups object to a Playboy model's choice to take a nude photo atop one of their most important cultural sites.
On the House's healthcare bill's effect on women's health.
How should societies balance the medical roots of addiction while addressing the social damage it causes?