Swearing is often considered impolite, but we should start looking more to context than the words themselves to determine whether it actually is.
GOP senators who are weakly objecting to the AHCA's lack of transparency must put their money where their mouth is.
Despite the fact that the GOP is working uphill against a widely disliked POTUS and an unpopular legislative agenda, Democrats could still be barreling towards a continuation of their losing streak.
Republicans may be in power now, but they should watch out.
Trump has lit up the White House and made a statement on Autism Awareness. But his past actions make his present ones insufficient.
This weekend's health care disaster story has plenty of architects was sunk by laziness and incompetence.
Democrats can't be afraid to be the opposition party just because Republicans disapprove.
Ten students give their opinions on an issue prevalent on most college campuses: alcohol use and misuse.
There are some lessons to be learned from living with rats in your house.
Both Republicans and Democrats are behind the curve on mental illness.
Trump's assault on truth will be disastrous if it carries down through the rest of the federal bureaucracy.
Prison labor is the last legal form of slavery, and America has to abolish it if we want to be on the right side of history.
A lot of liberals have been sitting by and complaining rather than standing up for what we believe in. That needs to end.
ASL courses are much more useful than other courses offered for language credit, but you have to go out of your way to take them.
Donald Trump has proven that he's not mature enough to handle acting presidential while still in possession of his Twitter account. It's time for someone to take it away.
The government isn't doing enough to prevent suicide, so we have to educate ourselves about it.
If you want to keep eating bananas, you might have to learn to live with a little genetic engineering.
The 2016 race is drawing to a close. Let's avoid a repeat performance in 2020 by mending party divides.
Many Trump defenders are upset with the media for reporting on the sexual assault allegations against him. But the accusations matter, and the American people have a right to know.
A horrified bystander assesses both presidential candidates' pathways to winning the Oct. 19 debate.