Indiana religious freedom legislation sparks firestorm
Someone ask the flamethrowers if they’ve read the law. It’s nothing new.
Does social media use increase emotional stress for caregivers?
It depends on what stresses us.
Technology may yet give Nigeria a transparent election
As Nigerians go to the polls next Saturday March 28 to elect a new president, tech geeks use the Internet…
The changing face of America
What is mainstream today may not be tomorrow.
China’s fragile political evolution
An anti-corruption campaign signals a struggle between competing models of the future.
The man behind the award
Randolph Caldecott's illustrations have provided inspiration for hundreds of children's picture books.
Lee Kuan Yew, pragmatist
Singaporeans have paid a high price for economic success.
Surrogacy, making babies, ‘synthetic humans’, and the rising cost
“Motherhood itself is now on trial.”
Hearts, parts, and minds: the truth comes out
Once I began thinking, reasoning, and examining my life, I couldn't stop.
Hello selfies, goodbye empathy
Imagine a society without empathy - pretty scary.
What a night!!
Marcus had a big night last night. As did New Zealand.
How much should we invest in creating equal results in boys’ and girls’ education?
Boys are not doing as well as girls in school. But why?
Why we love Miscontraceptions, the film
A new short film breaks down NFP and fertility awareness methods for a contemporary audience
Is “infertility default” really the preferred option?
Long-acting contraception targets the poor and minorities
Why slam a defender of the poor?
A Notre Dame philosopher's obsessing over gay sex is like fiddling while Rome burns.
Love me tinder, love me true
The wildy popular dating app is corrupting romance.
Down syndrome kids need support after they’re born—but also before
A vigorous campaign is needed to dispel prejudice.
It’s not obtuse to deduce there’s a new Dr Seuss on the loose
Fans will be delighted to learn that an unpublished manuscript was found in dusty archives.
Great men make great mistakes
Lee Kwan Yew was a visionary stateman. But his vision for Singapore's population may have doomed the prosperous city-state.
A society working for a rich elite?
The majority are being forsaken in the name of liberalism
Smartphone? Should we call it the dumbphone instead?
Possibly, if we heed a recent group of studies
International Women’s Day
How and whether it was observed depends on perspective.
British childcare worker case tests freedom of expression
A recent EU declaration supports claims of discrimination against Christians.
The morbid cost of bureaucratic efficiency
Can organisations act like machines without losing their humanity?
7 tips for a happier home
Superfast wifi? Nice neighbours? A lock on the bathroom door?