The racist reaction to a South Asian Miss America is a disgrace, but so is the Miss America pageant.
The City of Chicago has paid tens of millions of dollars in settlements with victims of brutality under Police Commander Jon Burge. But justice is far from done—and some victims are still in prison.
As an investigative journalism student, I helped uncover proof that should have cleared Anthony McKinney’s name. Instead, he died in prison.
Progressives supported Prop 30 to send more money to schools but now the funds are headed to prisons. How could this happen—and can it be stopped?
A new exhibit, The ABC of It, asks grown-up questions about literature for kids.
All too often, the most prestigious perch in journalism—the New York Times op-ed page—is given to those who flatter the powerful.
Instead of focusing on the psychology of Trayvon Martin’s killer, we should be examining the meaning of his actions.
How the security state’s mania for secrecy will create you.
Defying stereotypes, the Model Alliance gets serious about organizing—and writes its own law to protect the most vulnerable models: children and young teens.
The latest “school reform” silver bullet fails to address how children learn.