Sean Davis gives a haunting first-person account of the inhumanity (and the humanity) of war.
It’s hard to tell what type of foreign policy American voters actually want. In fact they might not care that much about the rest of the world at all.
The Rev. Neil O’Farrell wonders why public officials find it impossible to say “I’m sorry” or “I was wrong.”
Immediately prior to their recent deployment in Iraq, the Green Berets were awarded their BJJ black belts from Grandmaster Hener Seagull.
The current chaos in Iraq shows how limited American military power can be at times, and how big of a mistake the war really was.
A new study shows that climate change isn’t a problem for future generations, it’s a problem affecting us right now.
All those stories about Obamacare canceling millions of insurance plans turned out to be mostly hype.
Last month marked the first time in over a decade that we saw zero fatalities among US troops in combat.
Marines who fought at the battle for Fallujah are now wondering if they fought in vain. Which prompts Michael Kasdan to seek an answer to the question of what war is really good for.
Sara Freeman interviews her father about his military experiences and about being a man in the 21st century.
Michael Anthony is an Iraq War veteran, writer, and standup comedian. Here, he takes you through a typical performance.
Healthy relationships can actually heal your heart.
Extreme weather seems here to stay—it’s getting worse and making our lives more difficult. Will we fight and defeat it, or accept it as the new normal?
Where is the home for the hearts of our nearly 1.5 million homeless young people?
Leo Babauta on consumerism — and how you really don’t need it to be happy.
Lisa Duggan says we should stop shaming our kids for their sexual urges and start acknowledging adolescent sexual desire and encouraging its healthy expression.
Yesterday was the International Transgender Day of Remembrance. If you missed it, you were likely not alone. Here is one man’s testimony why it was important and worth your attention.
You know those kids…the ones who swear in class or push other kids on the playground. Amy Murray is a teacher who wants to tell you—she knows them too.
Aaron W. Voyles looks at how even small childhood experiences influence masculinity.
For Mike Iamele, sometimes the key to getting along is remembering that everyone you’re dealing with was once a kid, too.
It took one young man sharing his story to convince the police to care about hate crimes.
Mary Poust discusses the video game, Grand Theft Auto, whose latest ‘upgrade’ allows kids to have sex with and kill prostitutes, and concludes that we should not be playing or supporting these games.
Andrew Lawes explains how depression affected him, his advice on how to love someone with the illness and how the focus of mental health support needs to change.
The former Democratic Senator from Virginia has officially announced he’s running for president, Democrats should applaud.
Captain Chelsey Sullenberger is Breaking Barriers: From the United States Air Force to the Miracle on the Hudson to Making our Future Safer.
As technology moves at a pace we’ve never experienced before, it’s becoming much easier to understand the impulse to scorn progress.
Through the creative use of social media, Hadfield has made space exciting for a new generations of enthusiasts.
You might expect that Bruce Lee would tell us to take on adversity with sheer force, but this wisdom he learned from his mentor taught him a better way to be strong.
Men are falling behind very quickly, but it’s easy to miss the trend if we focus on long-term data and not recent students and graduates.