The renowned linguist and controversial political critic said President Donald Trump is choosing to race toward the catastrophes of climate change.
As voting becomes digital, we should consider rewarding voters for taking part in the process.
The CNN anchor made the remarks during a live broadcast on Monday night.
The president told Axios on HBO that he hopes to change the law with an executive order.
Voter turnout in the United States is pretty low compared to other industrialized countries. While the 2016 US presidential election saw a 56% turnout rate, the 2017 general election in […]
Instead of focusing on President Donald Trump, the Slovenian philosopher says liberals should incrementally challenge the fundamentals of the economic system.
Canadians who've been caught with 30 grams of marijuana or less will soon be able to request those charges to be expunged.
Most other countries don't have universal healthcare because of poverty or war. Why does the U.S. keep clinging to a bad system?
America continues to tread water in healthcare and education while other countries have enacted reforms to great effect.
With the approval of a childhood epilepsy medication the federal government can no longer claim marijuana has no medical benefit.
With the death of Markeis McGlockton, the debate over stand your ground laws has reignited. Proponents believe they make us safe, while opponents claim they encourage vigilantism. While a consensus may be inconclusive, studies suggest such laws aren’t as effective as their drafters intended.
Coercion requires justification. How can we justify the invisible walls of our visa policies?
There's a hidden hypocrisy within bathroom laws based on biological sex.
A new Yale-Harvard study categorizes gun violence as a social contagion and a public health epidemic. If nothing changes, over 33,000 people will die at the end of a gun this year in the United States.
Today, a person’s organs will be harvested, whether or not their family is against it.
There's a lot missing from debates and policy surrounding poverty but the biggest deficit, according to Dr C. Nicole Mason, is in honesty. Impoverished people aren't poor because they're lazy, they're poor because social mobility is institutionally suppressed.