We live in a society in which inequality is deepening – in this context, our words can have real and pernicious effects.
A former congressional staffer says withholding damning evidence from Congress and using civilians to carry out presidential or intelligence agency agendas links the Ukraine crisis to other scandals.
A look back at the distinguished career of the former president, an ardent defender of France's place in the world.
A reflection from a former student activist in 1998 on lessons her generation can learn from the 2019 student protests.
People on zero-hours contract are often given minimal training and some workers are even asked to pay for their training themselves.
A particular type of mind could be more susceptible to political partisanship, on either side of the traditionally defined political spectrum.
In this election campaign, it would be a good idea to recognize the existence of social inequalities and to rethink the issues of redistribution and social justice without giving into populism.
Central planning may make an AI-supported comeback.
Whether it frustrates or motivates your opponent can depend on the situation.
Some climate scientists have spoken out about the dangers of climate change. But a new study shows those voices may not be very influential.
Hillary Clinton arguably lost in 2020 because she took workers for granted. Will Democrats make the same mistake again?
India recently revoked a special provision that ended the autonomy of the state of Jammu and Kashmir. Here's the history of the constitutional provision, Article 370.
As well as an attack on the working classes, Peterloo was also an episode of violence against women.
Part of a law that goes into effect in New York state on Aug. 14 allows victims more time sue in civil court. Epstein's victims can still go after his estate.
Does having children make the goal of fairly dividing work at home more elusive?
What they say about big issues may be a clue to the working environment they run.
The US-China trade war shows no signs of slowing down. Here's what readers need to know.
A sociologist spent over a year interviewing black, white and Latino residents of a declining coal town in central Pennsylvania, plumbing the sources of their political disillusionment.
More than 40 percent of U.S. adults have a gun in their household, making it hard to get guns off the streets – even if new gun restrictions are passed.
While clear-eyed about the country's injustices, Melville never succumbed to cynicism. On the author's bicentennial, American readers could use a dose of his ability to fuse realism with idealism.