Gun violence in schools is more prevalent than ever, yet still law-makers suggest arming teachers is the best solution.
The former Atlantic columnist's stance on abortion raises an important question: if abortion is murder, why are pro-life activists squeamish about prosecuting the women who seek them out?
Scandals involving powerful men like Donald Trump and Harvey Weinstein have trained the spotlight on the controversial non-disclosure agreement.
As the Parkland mass shooting once again thrusts guns into the public consciousness, it is time to rethink our approach to gun violence.
Examining the religious context of Pope Francis' recent condemnation of "fake news."
Though critically and commercially successful, Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri has concerned some with its brand of black humor.
"Asking for the wall (and so on) is like demanding ransom before freeing someone who’s unconditionally entitled to be free."
Does Venezuela's ongoing crisis justify a humanitarian intervention?
In 1917, three Portuguese children claimed to have received prophecies from the Virgin Mary. The way the world reacted underscores how religion is sometimes used to further political goals.
Was the Bolshevik revolution a just rebuke of authoritarianism, as some claim?