The public health community needs to collaborate with journalists, write three interdisciplinary colleagues from Boston University, to increase the visibility and relevance of gun violence research.
It was the week when Donald Trump muscled aside the Weinstein scandal with a few well-aimed insults at Gold Star parents.
One could hardly hope for a better illustration of what people go through when they report sexual harassment, writes Naomi Shulman.
Hollywood is not the only business where sexual harassment goes unreported, writes former financial analyst Sharissa Jones.
What's more, writes Rich Barlow, critics of presidential coverage betray a profound misunderstanding of the media’s job.
What’s happening to Clinton’s new campaign book is exactly what happened to her campaign, writes Steve Almond.
It was the week when a protest in Virginia made us forget about North Korea’s nuclear ambitions. All that and more from Tom Keane’s weekly news roundup.
In the not-so-distant future, writes Renée Richardson Gosline, armies of robots using retina recognition software will tailor their sales pitches to your preferences and price point.
A significant percentage of Americans now use the language of baseless innuendo and conspiracy, writes Steve Almond, fed to them by for-profit demagogues.
In the bomb-ravaged city, we contemplated past suffering and the unspeakable possibility of future bombs, writes Janna Malamud Smith.
The Senate voted down “repeal” and the GOP’s “repeal and replace” health care plan while teens in Boston caught a major oversight in TD Garden’s operation. All that and more...
The Arizona Republican’s illness has brought deserved praise for his bipartisanship, writes Rich Barlow. Humanitarians also have reason to grieve.
Am I a snob? A victim of adult-onset ADD? Just reflexively averse to zombies, wizards, magic and men in armor? None of the above, writes Julie Wittes Schlack.
Drones are a permanent part of our arsenal, writes Rich Barlow, and that’s a good thing.
The pressure emanating from our social media feeds makes glamour-posting harder to resist, writes Joanna Weiss.
Just go with me here, writes Joelle Renstrom. Suspend your disbelief.
Each player has a voice, writes Bill Littlefield, and every invitation is a chance to make a choice.
The Constitution guarantees all Americans the right to free speech, writes Steve Almond. It doesn’t guarantee anyone the right to spew hate speech online anonymously.
The president pledges to act "very strongly" in response to Pyongyang's missile threat and all new Volvo models will be electric or hybrid by 2019. All that and more from...
Let's do away with all of this binary classification and marketing, writes Kristen M. Ploetz. Let kids decide what they like, and what they don’t.