Who can answer this age-old question?
It can negatively and positively shape our world view, decisions, behavior and health.
Does it protect the disadvantaged or unintentionally promote other forms of discrimination?
Should civil rights be a united effort or is it every group for itself?
Do they encourage acceptance or promote insensitive stereotypes?
Should the US Constitution protect free speech or those who suffer its repercussions?
Will it improve our standards of living or bring too many risks from the unknown?
Scientology has an unconventional history, but does it diminish the spiritual experiences on offer for its followers?
While morally questionable, is it worth it if it saves lives?
One in every three Americans are classified as overweight or obese. Is it in their favor to call obesity a disease?
It has been "The next been thing" for a while now...
Protests can do much to direct attention toward issues, but is attention enough to effect change ?
Are there times when bending the truth is justified or should we follow this well-acknowledged phrase without question?
Embrace the burqa as part of religious freedom or restrict what feels antithetical to Western cultural values?
Is it the responsibility of a school or of the parents to educate their teens about safe sex?
They protect against preventable diseases, but can they be harmful?
A double-edged sword, it destroys as it creates, it constructs monopolies as it invites competition.
Has the US response to COVID-19 been proportionate to the physical and mental health risks involved?
Would it change the nature of professional sports for good or for bad?
Is it a choice or is our temperament naturally decided for us?
When it comes down to it, which James Bond would you trust to save the day?
Is the tech giant abusing its power and control or using them to advance the future of mankind?
The American League and now the National League adopted the rule. For better or for worse?
Are we alone in this vast, expansive universe?
It has the power to bring out the best and worst in humanity.
Considering past achievements and work to be done, does feminism need to change to stay relevant?
While it may enhance kids' learning experiences, it can also detract from them.
Everything is politicized, even the climate. So where do we stand with politics vs. nature?
Can the NFL withstand its political, social and health controversies or are they turning away fans for good?
Which is the real ruler of the sci-fi universe? A battle of epic proportions.
Is it being used for good or should we worry about its future implications on our privacy and consumerism?