Should we make decisions on humanitarian aid based on the proximity of those afflicted?
Eighteen-year-old Conrad Roy was having second thoughts about committing suicide. His girlfriend, Michelle Carter, ordered him to keep going.
The Supreme Court's decision about a Missouri church playground leaves complex implications for the separation of church and state.
The case of four-year-old Gregory Villemin's murder has captivated French media - a trend with historical roots.
In a controversial legal case, a New Jersey township has been ordered to pay damages for using zoning laws to discriminate against Muslims.
Saudia Arabia's World Cup football team refused to observe a moment of silence for the London terror attack victims, sparking a controversy over respect and cultural relativism.
What are the implications of viewing Satan as a symbol of evil, rather than an actual manifestation of it?
As Pakistan tries the first death penalty case over a social media post, questions surrounding the censorship of online speech linger.
Podcasts like Serial have played a major role in criminal investigations. Should such shows be bound to a code of ethics?
As leaks from the Trump White House continue to abound, can leaking ever be seen as a justified practice?