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In Las Vegas, Trump’s Policies Worry a Former Nuclear Test Site...

Donald Trump's unpredictability has long been an asset of campaign. It's also what scares former nuclear test site worker Jack Doyle.

In Ferguson, Divides Remain as a Community Moves Forward

Neither Hillary Clinton nor Donald Trump has visited Ferguson. We interviewed the town's residents to see what they wanted both candidates to know about their city.

Three’s a Crowd: Third Parties in Presidential Debates

The Commission on Presidential Debates' policies for the 2016 election have left many voters displeased.

Snapchat Specatacles and Changing Norms of Privacy

Snapchat has expanded out of your phone and onto your face. After changing their company's name to Snap, Snapchat is now ready for the...

Martian Morals: Protecting the Possibility of Extraterrestrial Life

Mars could support terrestrial life, but that terrestrial life might jeopardize ever finding indigenous Martian life -- because that could exist too.

The Moral Hazard Hidden in Trump’s Tax Returns

On Saturday, The New York Times released part of Donald Trump’s 1995 tax returns that revealed over $900 million in business losses and concluded...

Trump and the Latin American Left: Strange Bedfellows

Back in July, during the Republican National Convention, some strange images circulated on the internet. Some tough-looking, blue eyed, blond cowboys, held signs with...

Prosecuting Betty Shelby

Though no doubt warranted, scrutiny surrounding Betty Shelby's killing of Terence Crutcher follows well-known patterns of gender bias.

Absent Perpetrator and Action-Less Bystander in East Chicago

Lead contamination of soil has prompted the evacuation of East Chicago residents, but who is to blame: the absent, out-of-business perpetrators or those who failed to act sooner?

Can Emotions Be Wrong?

We can act wrongly: we may behave in ways that are unkind, inconsiderate, or selfish. Can our emotions be wrong too? Are there things...