Adults have a lot of leeway when it comes to raising kids. But that doesn't mean their power should be absolute — parents don't, after all, have ownership of their children.
An interview with Peronist candidate Albérto Fernández, who together with his running mate — former president Cristina Kirchner — is looking to unseat Mauricio Macri.
NEW DELHI — Mangesh and Aarti loved each other. Both belonged to the same village, professed the same religion, had the same cultural heritage. Their class and status in society did not differ ...
It has become fashionable to blame the climate crisis on the economy, but it's important to fight against this misconception, and the trivialization of the problem.
The Chinese leader may officially defend the idea of "one country, two systems", but in fact his management of the crisis in the archipelago is in total contradiction with this principle. And the protests continue to grow.
Cryptocurrencies are not so much money as flexible "assets" that may be used in payments, without (yet) the universal credibility of a hard currency.
There are countless reasons for becoming a writer or a poet, but thankfully very few that we could consider reasonable.
Air travel is booming despite the current climate debate. But vacationers have to rethink their summer breaks — not only for the environment, but also for the sake of people.
Personal privacy seems to be fleeting in a world where technology is constantly advancing — and it's no accident: Around the globe, authorities are creating new ways to collect information ...
The country's landscape is ravaged by plastics and environmental collapse seems imminent. And yet religion appears to often be on the wrong side of the issue.
Economist Bruno Alomar pleads for an appeasement of tensions on both sides of the Atlantic regarding the Internet and tech giants.
President Trump is not curbing global trade alone, but is part of a trend traced back to the crash of 2008. And the legislation actually dates back to the 1950s.
For a moment, the streets of Sibiu turned into a fashion show — and that woman didn't seem too convinced by the man's dress sense ... Was it the traditional căciulă sheepskin hat, or something ...
This coming August will mark 20 years since the death of Jaime Garzón, an unlikely martyr in Colombia's long-running battles with organized crime, drug trafficking and government corruption. ...
There are millions of people who travel every year. But for some, exotic cultural exploration can lead to psychological trouble.
Burk Uzzle's image of loving (and muddy) couple at Woodstock has become a symbol for the 1960s hopes for a better future.
Handling daily tasks like shopping online instead of going out is as convenient as it is contrary to the real, and potentially agreeable process called "living."
for signing up!