A recently published paper explains how “concept creep” in the field of psychology has reshaped many aspects of modern society.
After years of inmate abuse, a Cook County, Illinois, lawman is trying to flood the facilities he runs with sunlight.
The university spent at least $175,000 dollars to remove "references to the pepper spray incident in search results on Google for the university and the Chancellor."
Activists were cleared from a building by officials who claimed that they were making university employees feel scared.
A newly proposed anti-encryption bill would put every American at greater risk from foreign governments, hackers, and President Trump.
A tough test-case from Denmark is an opportunity for teasing out the questions that surround off-color jokes made in the workplace.
Newly released videos leave little doubt that most people present were surprised that gunshots erupted and did their best to get away, not participate.
Americans routinely turn away from systematic violations of civil rights when they are perpetrated in the guise of fighting the war on drugs.
Social conservatives and some feminists worry that the rise of streaming, hi-def pornography causes men to use and abuse women—but it has coincided with steep declines in rape and spousal abuse.
The Fox talent show, ending with its series finale tonight, offered rare glimpses of humanity in primetime entertainment.
The Republican frontrunner touts the independence of self-funding his campaign, but hopes to tap the GOP establishment’s donor class en route to the White House.
Even today, many feel better about Americans taking “medical heroin” than medical marijuana.
How many racist text threads among cops will it take for officials to recognize systemic problems?
The case for cautious optimism about future, despite the disappointing choices in this year’s presidential election.
Readers offer their insights and experiences to today’s college students and educators.
During my conversation last week with Bria Godley, a black undergraduate at Yale, she theorized that “the disconnect between how…
If you followed my article last week about the Emory students who protested the fact that “Trump 2016” was written…
The billionaire candidate couldn’t have created more perfect foils for a candidacy built on resentment.
An undergraduate and staff writer at The Atlantic exchange contrasting perspectives on the protests that roiled the campus last fall.
Citing her paid side gigs and the horrific brutality by campus cops that marred her tenure, they make as strong a case as campus protesters anywhere in the nation.