A Rhode Island school district recently declared the long-standing school tradition unconstitutional. Some cry overreaction.
In the wake of Fox News' recent airing of an apparent suicide, we have to reflect on and question the reasons we derive entertainment from the misfortune of others.
The Transportation Security Association's profiles on certain nationalities and imposes discriminatory search policies on them.
Republican presidential candidate criticizes Obama's handling of foreign policy yet offers no alternate plan of action.
It is important to understand that whether one chooses religion over law or law over religion, it is a choice he or she makes.
As election day looms on the horizon, Republicans have been fighting for early voting law restrictions while Democrats want more lenient laws.
Shows like SNL, The Daily Show and The Tonight Show appear to be influencing the votes of undecided independents.
The Supreme Court's new prerequisite for aspiring lawyers to put in at least 50 hours of volunteer work fills a dire need for legal services in public cases.
The revolutionary spirit in the Middle East leaves citizens vulnerable during a volatile transitional period.
In the wake of the assassination of Osama bin Laden, justice and retribution come into question
While most of the focus on the upcoming Nov. 6 election centers around the presidential race, the real stakes lie in congressional campaign.
Even though NYU is one of the largest universities in the country, the apparent level of traditional school spirit is up for debate.