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The big questions — and big solutions — currently being pondered by the world’s thought leaders
We need to figure out how to fairly and respectfully share our world with artificial friends and neighbors.
Don Howard / Updated
Republicans in the #MeToo era are alienating women, whether in Congress, running for it or voting.
Ashley Pratte / Updated
The league needs female fans to survive. So why does it treat its cheerleaders like second-class citizens?
Jessica Luther / Updated
Our community is being fed a story by a white man trying to preserve spaces at colleges for mediocre white students, not stellar Asian-American ones.
Marie Myung-Ok Lee / Updated
Technology has been very good at giving us what we want, but less good at giving us what we need.
Arianna Huffington / Updated
Women’s abilities to control their own reproductive choices are often determined by cult leaders.
Alexandra Stein / Updated
With the departures of Gary Cohn, Rex Tillerson and H.R. McMaster, Trump has effectviely purged his cabinet of globalists.
Brian Levin / Updated
The addition of a citizen question isn't a bureaucratic nuance, it's the soft edge of Trump’s anti-immigrant agenda
Michelle Chen / Updated
We can't keep higher education in reach of all Americans if we don't do something to to tackle student loans.
Sen. Brian Schatz / Updated
It’s a travesty that otherwise qualified individuals can’t get the government’s permission to cut hair.
Nick Sibilla / Updated
Underfunded arts programs is such a disservice to our young people and to the American economy.
Rosie Perez / Updated
The movie is a reminder of the impact our community can have when we start exerting our power for our interests.
Jeff I. Johnson / Updated
50 years after King's death, America must confront a brutal reality: The analogy of the long and imperceptibly trending line of progress is wrong.
Chris Hayes / Updated
Reducing gun violence is a legal obligation under international law.
Margaret Huang / Updated
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