In the world of nature-based solutions, preventing deforestation will have the biggest near-term impact on slowing the rate of global warming.
Giving Evanston reparations was the consolation prize America thinks the Black community wants in response to the civil unrest of the past few years. But it completely misses the point of the change we've been asking for.
The parallels between the fight in Bessemer, Alabama and the fights of the civil rights movement are striking.
As more than 5,800 workers at the Amazon warehouse finish voting via mail-in ballot by Monday, they have inspired workers throughout the United States and around the world.
Manliness itself is increasingly viewed not as a virtue to be nourished and cherished, but as a "toxic" vestige of a bygone barbarism.
Conversations about racial disparities allow us to refine our national character, but one disparity has been met with almost absolute silence: the impact of abortion on minority communities.
Just as married people have obligations that single people do not, religious people have responsibilities that secular people do not.
The Democrats don't plan to run on their record in the 2022 midterm elections. They plan to go to the voters and argue that Republicans are too crazy to be allowed in Congress.
To many, Netanyahu has become a god-like figure. To most, however, based on the election result, he is a politician who may have done notable good, but whose expiration point has passed.
At a time when the world needed collaboration across borders to control the pandemic, U.S. militarism led to the opposite.
Since its inception, the designation of "hate crime" has been embraced by law enforcement for its redirection of focus and funding from addressing the root causes of crime to prosecuting individual acts.
While the pandemic has significantly impacted the U.S.' major cities, the Middle East has evolved through it.
Colombia's action of legalizing Venezuelan refugees, especially during these challenging times, is innovative, pragmatic and inspiring.
Higher turnout only strengthens democratic accountability if it is the product of an engaged and informed electorate. Absent that, pushing for higher turnout is merely a mechanism for elite control.
Women bring a unique set of skills and personality traits.
Tokyo's governor and former environment minister Yuriko Koike makes an appeal.
Something clearly is rotten at the heart of the Turkish banking system. Yet a Manhattan court still thinks Turkey is a functioning democracy with a fair and transparent legal system.
It is never too late to change course and do the right thing.
Two tragic mass shootings in the last week, first in Atlanta, Georgia then in Boulder, Colorado, have shocked the nation—and forced us into our familiar partisan camps in the same debate over gun control.