FDA commissioner Scott Gottlieb should reembrace his innovative, forward-thinking instincts.
In a time of widespread anxiety over the misuse of social media, Americans should also be concerned over who has access to their genetic information.
Mass incarceration and its disproportionate effect on Black and brown populations, in particular, is a legacy of this past.
"The grand corruption of our recent past saw tens of billions of dollars frittered away on fraudulent oil deals and bogus military contracts."
Over the last few weeks, the Trump administration has continued its relentless crusade against immigrants.
62,980,160, to be exact.
Maybe it’s as simple as them giving Apple the finger for refusing to help them get into the iPhones of suspects.
Turtles face many hazards in the water, including plastic pollution and accidental harm or death in encounters with commercial fishermen.
It’s not just that most of those whose data made it to Cambridge Analytica did not consent to that transfer, but it’s also the case that Facebook has vast troves of data even on those who refuse to use its services.
These teacher strikes will likely intensify the debate among elected officials over where education fits in state budget priorities.
Trump may be willing to do what his three predecessors should have done. It is time for Congress to take up this subject once again.
The federal prison system currently houses more than 180,000 individuals. Each year, about 40,000 of those individuals are released back into their communities, and within three years, about half of them are re-arrested.
For all the noise around gun control versus gun rights, there was a story that was missed by non-gun owners like me: how much these guns mean to those who own them.
The 2018 U.S. midterms are less than eight months away, and Congress has done nothing to close loopholes that enable political advertising on social media to fuel disinformation and division. Time for legislators to get to work.
While the proliferation of drones has economic advantages, it also poses a threat.
Whether it’s a blockbuster movie or 2-year-old Parker Curry looking up at Amy Sherald’s portrait of Michelle Obama, the images we all see matter.
There are as many as 4 million children who have at least one parent who is undocumented.
For decades, presidents, lobbyists and policymakers have invoked the image of coal miners.
Recognising that all adolescents are different has really important implications for things like education or advertising.
For every $1,000 increase in tuition at four-year nonselective public universities, diversity among full-time students decreased by 4.5 percent.
We already know that Richard Nixon and Donald Trump share dangerous personality traits. Both men can be characterized as impulsive, thin-skinned, revenge seeking, and crude (Nixon on the tapes; Trump in the open).
Yes. Politics completely aside, and whatever you may think of his personal character, he is a genius-level intellect by any measure.
No matter which way the various scenarios play out, the Empire State is moving further left.
South Koreans worry more about jobs than about war with the North.
The story of hip-hop is one of rebellion, attempts at censorship and, finally, artistic acceptance.
Protecting hospitals’ computer networks is crucial to preserving patient privacy—and even life itself.
Sometimes building what it takes to host a World Cup or other big events dovetails with a city’s ambitions.
Approximately 10,300 women nationwide worked as full-time firefighters in 2016.
Why do we fear things that improve our lives?
The scandals surrounding President Donald Trump are metastasizing rapidly, much more than anyone would have thought just a few months ago.