There have already been more gun deaths from mass school shootings this century than during the entirety of the last century.
We need a public mature enough to recognize that policy decisions and actions are more relevant to leadership than professed beliefs.
With tax season in full swing, how much money can you get back from the government? Would it be fairer if everyone paid the same rate?
In the wake of Facebook's Cambridge Analytica scandal, another data firm was discovered to have amassed similar user profiles of millions of people.
After the wrongful arrest of two black men, the coffee shop chain will be closing down for an afternoon in order to educate up to 175,000 employees on racial bias in the workplace.
Rapper Meek Mill is stuck in jail, caught in the U.S. justice system’s perpetual probation trap that keeps a disproportionate number of black people in America incarcerated.
The programs are long and intense, the creativity and relationships aspect of the vocation has been eroded, there is pervasive negativity in the media, and comparatively poor salary and working conditions.
Kakistocracy is rule by the worst, but who are the worst? A better question, how do we know?
These sober maps have a chilling topic: the prevalence of lynchings throughout the U.S. from 1930 to 1938.
April 20, 4:20 in stoner folklore, is a day of celebration—as well as a 12 percent increase in fatal car crashes.
Hey. Remember former Speaker of the House John Boehner? The guy who famously said that he was "unalterably opposed" to legalizing marijuana? Well, now he's a huge pothead.
How we talk about genes shows many are confused. Seductive stats illusions, iffy gene ideas, bad causology, and lax jargon, are creating a recipe for epistemic comedy (and genetic tragedy).
God, guns, sex, and mutually exclusive concepts of liberty. The Way Brothers' Netflix docuseries Wild, Wild Country tells a story that's about as American as it gets.
A map of the coming divorce between Left and Right America.
The survey asked whether people had deleted Facebook, whether they’d pay for service, and whether they’d been using it less since the scandal broke.
The Saudi blockade of its tiny neighbour Qatar could soon change the very geography of the region.
You think the collapse of the Soviet Union was chaotic? You should have seen the start.
Facebook’s actions – or inactions – facilitated breaches of privacy and human rights associated with democratic governance.
Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak is one of the latest public figures to join the #DeleteFacebook movement over concerns on how the social media platform handles user data.
"People need to see something of a balance between effect and cause... that if something has a huge evil effect, it should be the result of a huge evil cause."