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The big questions — and big solutions — currently being pondered by the world’s thought leaders
We need to stop asking women to change for the sake of work, and start asking work to change for the sake of women.
The teachers' strikes in red states show how potent labor issues can be, even in so-called Republican strongholds.
Republicans have their tax cut and a need to distance themselves from the president to survive. That's not a good sign.
To show real respect for the men and women serving, we need to change the culture that allows abuse to flourish.
Mobilizing against NRA-backed politicians isn't enough without democracy reform.
The research suggests that when intolerant white people fear democracy may benefit marginalized people, they abandon their commitment to democracy.
The language we speak is an increasingly common way to discriminate against American Latinos, and a totally ahistorical one.
To psychologists interested in the science of lying, Trump’s increasing mendacity presents an interesting question.
Truly diverse educational settings benefit childhood development and democracy alike. But structural impediments sadly remain.
We have mandatory labeling for GMOs, but we don’t yet have mandatory labeling for AI-generated voices, pictures and videos. This needs to change.
If we struggle to understand the unfairness of the world, the computers we program will share the same fate.
50 years after the landmark Kerner Commission report, the United States still has a long way to go.
We want public policy changes that help us be better parents way more than we want breakfast in bed.
The other problem with dating based on one interest is that people are so prone to change their minds