Kyle Kashuv, a Parkland school shooting survivor, did something wrong, writes Garrett Neiman. The 'Central Park Five' did not.
Youth ninja warrior is an unpredictable sport. But some parents can't bear to see their children struggle, writes Lisa Liberty Becker.
The only spirit of July Fourth worth celebrating is about resistance and revolution, writes Jaclyn Friedman.
We're further removed from the prospect of war than perhaps at any point since North Korea first tested a nuclear weapon almost 13 years ago, writes Andrew Carleen.
These days, I wonder if the highest form of professionalism is not obedience or compliance, but behaving ethically, writes Neema Avashia.
Both Harvard and Oberlin, facing its own troubles, squandered teaching opportunities, writes Andrew Grainger. This is better described as institutional cowardice.
The Supreme Court ruling is an open endorsement, not just of gerrymandering, but of the anti-democratic mindset that lies at the heart of the practice, writes Steve Almond.
Donald Trump dehumanizes asylum-seekers and women, exploiting his power as a stage for his cruelty, writes Leigh Gilmore.
Gender Sexuality Alliances (GSAs) gave LGBTQ students a place to belong and saved lives, writes Stephen Lane.
The second batch of presidential contenders largely agreed on the big stuff, writes Joanna Weiss. But that harmony didn’t stop them from yelling. A lot.
The first night of Democratic debates fulfilled its real purpose: to open the curtain on the campaign and give the candidates a chance to make a first impression, writes Joanna...
Like most white Americans and many black ones, I was uncomfortable with the notion of reparations in the form of a one-time payout, writes Julie Wittes Schlack.
Our immigration detention system is expensive, unnecessary and unsafe, writes Kari Hong, and its mission is to coerce people into forfeiting their rights.
It's important that my generation relies on facts, reason and our own morality to make good choices about who will run this country, writes 12-year-old Josie Almond.
The U.S. has yet to challenge sexual assault against women in a serious and meaningful way, writes Janna Malamud Smith.
We should honor the sacrifice of the immigrants who made us Americans by peacefully protesting the inhumane treatment of migrants -- and especially children -- along our border, writes Steve...
The high cost of prescription drugs is a systemic problem, writes Sarah Ruth Bates, driven by under-regulation and the misplaced incentives of pharmaceutical companies.
Do the party faithful want a take-no-prisoners progressive or someone who can beat Trump? And is there even a difference? asks Rich Barlow.
Kate Mitchell is often shouted at when she's riding her push scooter, by people in Brookline who don't like the town's new electric scooters.
I believe our ability to understand stories is the most finely tuned instrument in the modern practice of precision medicine, writes Dr. Jay Baruch.