When does perception take more than sight and intellect? Erin Kelly offers a different perspective on one man’s act of kindness towards a mother and her disabled daughter.
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More and more Americans identify as being political independents these days, but they still tend to vote like old-fashioned partisans.
Lisa Duggan looks back at the legend of the free-range childhood and reminds us that it takes a village to raise a kid.
Nothing much is going to happen in Washington for the next two years, so now’s a great time for pundits to investigate what’s going on in the rest of the nation.
Three day weekends are fun, but Labor Day is also about labor.
Michael Amity is horrified by what seems to be an invasive and violating request by the officials for photos of a teens genitals.
Close your eyes and picture a rape victim. Who do you see? Chances are this story is not about that person.
Iraq War veteran Michael Anthony discusses sex in the military and how the strains of war can lead to infidelity.
Sam Youngman’s piece in Politico on Washington shows many of the media pathologies that cause Americans to hate their political media and their politics.
Drug promises an alternative to surgery, but can cause serious injury.
Researchers find evidence that “trust your gut” might be just the thing.
It would be nice if some of the people that told us to stop criticizing George Zimmerman earlier this year would tell us what they think about him now.
The Republican National Committee (RNC) unanimously adopted resolutions against marriage equality on Friday, despite rising support for the idea among voters nationwide.
Although few will remember, Jack Klugman was a strong advocate for critical health-care legislation.
Thaddeus Howze is disgusted with the GOP candidates who seem to justify rape as being part of God’s plan.
Who is responsible for leaking the existence of Ambassador Stevens’ private journal?