We claim not to trust social media yet it seems to shape our political opinions.
Self-proclaimed gluten sensitivity is on the rise, and so is the stereotype that it goes along with being a politically correct progressive. But is gluten actually a good proxy for social values?
What they say about big issues may be a clue to the working environment they run.
The programs that Americans of all political stripes like to watch seem to be united by a common theme.
People could be asked to prove their identity to continuing posting political content or adverts on Facebook.
We can disagree with co-workers in meetings. We can argue about sports with friends. A new study explores why politics seems to be an entirely different beast.
US law limits public employees' political activity. But in today's hyperpartisan political world, it's getting harder for public employees to navigate between professional neutrality and politics.
Whenever we apply that political or moral comparison, we set the bar for inhumanity as high as possible. Should the abyss of World War II really be the main measure for all things political?
New, extreme levels of censorship in Turkey could lead to waves of digital activism by tech-savvy generations.
Despite claims that college turns students liberal, a new study reveals that students gain more appreciation for both liberal and conservative views during their freshman year.
Both female beauty icons posted 'problematic' tweets about the Israel-Palestine conflict in 2014. But they weren't received the same way.
Companies historically have avoided taking stands on contentious issues, but new research suggests consumers punish businesses that don't stand up for their core values.
The world may feel polarised, but most people chop and change their views.