The terrible truth of the media: war sells, peace doesn’t.
Dwight Gray brings home the ISIS beheading of journalist James Foley, and does so in a way that challenges cliche and oversimplification.
The attack on the Canadian Parliament, the symbol of democracy and the heart of our nation, was a shock to the Canadian psyche, explains Tim O’Connor.
Immigrants in the United States are already stigmatized enough, they do not need to be linked to the issue of terrorism.
Should America lead the fight against ISIS in Iraq and Syria and can we live with the consequences if we don’t?
Boko Haram’s kidnapping of 276 Nigerian girls should wake us up, but why didn’t their massacre of 59 young boys back in February?
Are threats and intimidation the M.O. of gun rights activists? Chris Hicke delves into one of the more divisive topics facing our nation today.
Arsalan Iftikhar wonders what the news coverage of the LAX shooting would’ve looked like if the shooter had a non-Western name.
“Political discord in this land had always been marked by blood and pain. The stories were unending, shocking the first time, sad but predictable after that.” By Masha Hamilton
During two separate terrorist attacks over a decade apart, this gay couple was photographed in the midst of it all, serving their country and saving lives.
The months-long hunger strike is taking a devastating toll on prisoners, but an article in the New England Journal of Medicine insists that force-feeding them is assault.
When Mark Carson was gunned down last week in Greenwich Village, Jeff Nishball felt like his home was violated. But he knows he cannot let fear stop him from being himself.
Mike Sacks discusses the attack in Woolwich, London, and extremism with a panel of experts on Islam and the Quran.
Holidays are for quality time with family and friends, sharing good food, laughter, love and joy, not for shopping.
For Kelly Marceau, exposing the complex struggles men face isn’t easy. But ignoring them is even harder.
James Michael Sama on one of the most important aspects of a relationship — the ability to make yourself vulnerable, and in turn, accept your partner’s vulnerability.
America doesn’t care about Black youth. If you don’t believe Dr. Darron T. Smith about this, just look at the disparity in the funding of public education.
Marriage, family leave, these are gaining acceptance. But what about kissing your boyfriend in public?
For The Off Parent, letting go of dating opens the pathway to knowledge.
Michael Kasdan kicks off our new Monday sports round-up feature with an off-beat take on Odell Beckham, The Red Sox, and Kentucky Wildcats basketball.
A reflection on how our childhood bad habits can follow us and hold us back as adults.
Sarafina Bianco shares four lessons she’s learned about marriage as a newlywed.
Billy Flood hopes that in the wait for justice, we can find a way to understand one another and find answers together.
James Rigdon is single for the holidays, but he has a novel plan for getting through them.
Growth hacking: Sometimes you have to reboot and refresh in order to handle your partner’s personal growth.
Tracing fingers along the map of your skin.
Captain Chelsey Sullenberger is Breaking Barriers: From the United States Air Force to the Miracle on the Hudson to Making our Future Safer.
How comfortable is TOO comfortable when it comes to being out in public?
There are some things worse than death and they can be overcome simply by thinking about… death.
Nick Pavlidis reflects on his marriage and calls out three crucial truths about being married that any newlywed should realize sooner than later.
Joanna Schroeder explains how the selfies parents take today can affect their child’s future (in a good way!).