When it comes to civil liberties, Justice Antonin Scalia leaves a void that won't soon be filled, says attorney Harvey Silverglate.
Should Hillary Clinton be channelling Beyoncé to win younger female voters?
The site of the Salem Witch Trials execution has finally been discovered — behind a Walgreens.
More than three decades after the worldwide communications network was born, David Clark and Yochai Benkler say they’re deeply concerned that the Internet is headed in a dangerous direction that its founders never intended.
When English is not spoken at home, and parents have not even been to college themselves, their children can get lost in the college application process.
Callie Crossley asks whether the cases of Tamir Rice and Ethan Couch answer the debate about the power of fate versus free will.
Extremists from the far right have carried out more than half of the deadliest terrorist attacks in the US since 9/11.
What were you grateful for in 2015?
There's a lot of focus in this country on making community college more affordable. But living expenses — including transportation, rent and food — are still the biggest barrier between students and graduation.
Dan Kennedy writes that there are few things more comforting to journalists—constantly under attack for their alleged liberal bias—than to make life miserable for their supposed allies on the left.