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Ethically speaking, immigrants who have credible fears of persecution or torture should have a right to a bond hearing in front of an immigration judge and should not be indefinitely detained.
Many military personnel and their family members are declining to receive the COVID-19 vaccine, and this raises important ethical issues for our national security and the public health of communities.
President Biden's inaugural speech urging the nation to put aside personal interests and find unity in the common good.
What can past coverage and recent experiences teach us about envisioning a better future for how journalists cover the president?
The consequences of Trump’s rhetoric and his followers’ actions manifested themselves in the nation’s capital on January 6, 2021.
Members of the House and Senate who voted against certifying the Electoral College results were prioritizing their self-interests over the common good.
The Supreme Court’s First Amendment doctrine has fostered the development of a media environment in which Americans are flooded with misinformation.
2020 was marked by extreme division in our country about voting processes and outcomes, culminating in mob violence at our nation’s Capitol.
Like others from history, a leader’s lies have led to violence.
Approaching difficult political conversations with accommodation, humility, and the assumption of goodness can help our country reconcile after a polarizing election.