Ontario's basic income pilot had proved successful -- so why cancel it?
Canada's indigenous people and marginalized people across the world are at a disadvantage for receiving the clean water that arguably should be their right.
When Trevor Noah called France's World Cup win an African victory, he incited a response from the French Ambassador. Ultimately, the debate leads to important questions of hyphenated identities and colorblindness.
The U.S. isn't the only country with controversial and dangerous immigration policies. Those of Australia have gone on for over 5 years.
Poverty tourism is typically viewed as unethical, but despite its bad reputation it may help people avoid bystander effect.
What will the consequences be of Ukrainian journalist Arkady Babchenko's choice to elude Russian-funded assassins by faking his own death?
Japan's "rent-a-family" phenomenon raises complex questions about the ethics of deception, reality, and consumerism.
Is Donald Trump really in the running for the Nobel Peace Prize?
President Trump's looming decision on the Iran Deal keeps world leaders on edge.
Short-term medical missions bring necessary treatment to people who need it. They also run the risk of perpetuating colonialism.