It's a growing problem that the best-selling author is quite concerned about.
The Supreme Court case Masterpiece Cakeshop v. Colorado Civil Rights Commission will decide if the government can force in baker to make a cake in violation of his conscience.
If individuals give up all their power to an authority, there are no longer any checks on power.
The urge to check social media is now stronger than the urge for sex, a recent study found.
There’s reason to believe that human dignity could become a rarity again in a post-Christian world.
Students at Lake Holcombe High School are getting a real-life crash course in what it takes to operating a business.
Marriage between cousins remains rampant in much of the Muslim world. And the results are truly tragic.
She's being hailed as a second Mozart... but does she owe part of her success to these five basic practices?
I’m sure there are a hundred more reasons why college tuition is so expensive, but at the very least we need to stop putting a band aid on the student loan crisis and start addressing why it happened.
Leonard Read wrote about “When Wishes Become Rights,” in his 1967 Deeper Than You Think.
However unjust the President Trump's actions with the NFL seem, they are simple extensions of the established norms of his predecessors.
College instructors have seen a dramatic decline in the writing abilities of students over the last 15 years. What's causing this problem?
German scientists published a paper that found men who watched high amounts of porn had less grey matter in some areas of the brain. But what does it mean?
Slate's Aymann Ismail interviews ex-Muslims and discovers that society may not be as open to diversity and debate as he once thought.
This whole topic is widely misunderstood.
Call me crazy, but I thought feminism was supposed to be about the equality of the sexes, not their division into competing camps.
The NHS recently released treatment guidelines stating that patients who are obese or smoke will be banned from receiving 'non-urgent' surgeries.
In his bestselling book 'Chasing the Scream,' British journalist Johann Hari says we're getting addiction all wrong.
One computer scientist admits that paper is the only safe option.
It's a favorite tactic of politicians.
In the early 1900s, ambitious Protestants in the U.S. attempted the unthinkable.
A recent New York Times article stated that American teens are more stressed than ever. The question is why.
'Real life' isn't something to be postponed.
If we want to raise responsible, capable adults, are we going to have to put our feet down and insist that the university is not going to be a place where students are comfortable?
It's completely opposite from what most schools tell kids.
The late philosopher Michael Novak argued that some cultures are more likely to embrace capitalism—and are better at it—than others.
Public shaming is at a crossroads in America because of recent changes to the country’s legal, political and media ecosystems.
On the morning of Sunday, Nov. 5, Devin Patrick Kelley opened fire on the congregants of First Baptist Church in Sutherland Springs, Texas.