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The latest scandal shows that root-and-branch reform is needed.
Mass shooters Stephen Paddock, Dylann Roof, Adam Lanza, Wade Page, John Zawahiri, and Scott Evans Dekraai all came from homes that shared one striking feature.
Traditional Christian teaching has taught that the bond between one man and one woman is good for everyone, not just Christians.
These are the kinds of dismal consequences which are seldom reported in the media. Even more disturbing, they are seldom studied by academics.
They had plenty of ethics - just the wrong kind.
The latest research by developmental psychologists shows that American children are not competent at crossing busy streets until they are at least 14.
A memorable vignette Pope Francis is fond of reciting is nowhere in the novel he claims it to be.
University of Ottawa professor Jennifer A. Chandler pointed out that combining organ donation with euthanasia could be ethically problematic.
Cornell West and Robbie P. George protest against close-mindedness and violence in the wake of the Middlebury College riot.
Are there a few details that undermine the “marriage equality” theme?
Medical experts speak out against supporting transitions for transgender children.
The story is ghastly enough, but the media has doubled the horror.
“Medical assistance in dying" could save Canada as much as $138.8 million annually.
Harry Frankfurt's minor classic sheds light on the Trump phenomenon.
Scientists are close to finding out how to create eggs and sperm in a Petri dish.
It is the Kremlin’s principal international propaganda outlet, say intelligence officials. So what?
Donald Trump's convincing victory shows that the commentariat does not understand the American people.
It's not angry; it's not smutty; it's not vicious.
It may sound naïve, but it’s a good question, and one to which historians, sociologists and philosophers need to put their mind.
Never before in American history have so many men done absolutely nothing.
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