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Egyptian Poet Yahia Lababidi on Egypt’s violence and trying to find hope and humanity after the scores of killings.
Michael Noll had to learn—the hard way—that raising children comes with the risk and the temptation of becoming a bad person.
Coke v. Pepsi, Ford v. Chevy—we all have our favorites. So which is better: being a guy, or a girl?
Kevin Macku examines internet and domestic conflicts from an actor’s perspective, and shows that arguments often run deeper than the surface.
In honor of 4th of July, Brandon Claycomb lists the 50 greatest names in the history of our nation’s Civil War.
Recognizing domestic violence against men is not easy, but it is urgently necessary.
Camille Hayes believes that before we can solve the problem of domestic violence, we have to better understand it.
The adage, “Sticks and stones may break my bones, but words will never hurt me,” is challenged by this gut-wrenching recount of a childhood gone completely awry.
Drone technology that preserves the lives of American soldiers may come at a price to American civilians.
Sean Davis remembers the fallen soldiers he served with and looks ahead to new challenges.
How do we define terrorism? Carl Pettit takes a closer look.