Opinion

You Helped Create Facebook's Data Crisis

The scandal in which Cambridge Analytica harvested data from millions of Facebook users to craft and target advertising for Donald Trump's presidential campaign has provoked broad outrage.

The U.N. Needs to Adopt Unilateral Intervention

Despite the severity of the Syrian regime's past chemical attacks against civilians, and their almost universal condemnation, the legal justification for previous U.S. strikes against the Syrian regime has been hotly debated.

Coral Reefs Are in Crisis—But There's a Solution

If there is any silver lining to these events, it may be that many of the disturbances killing corals are acute: They occur just for a short period of time and then disappear, potentially allowing corals to recover before the next disturbance.

Rich and Poor Kids Learn Similarly

While students in the higher income groups performed better than students in the lower income groups, the relative influence of genetic and environmental differences was the same across groups.

John Bolton is a Threat at Home and Abroad

Bolton rose to prominence in the Bush (43) administration's first term as the Undersecretary of State for Arms Control and International Security Affairs, where he frequently clashed not only with his Bush administration colleagues.

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