The UK must answer difficult questions on climate change, food security, aviation and more as it leaves the EU on 29 March 2019
Plans for the whole of the UK to shift to a system where consent for organ donation is assumed may actually do very little to save lives
We can’t wait for the next generation to solve the problem of climate change but today’s kids can still be a big force for change, says Michael E. Mann
The new head of the World Health Organization caused a backlash by handing Zimbabwe's despotic leader a role. Why did he make such a misstep, wonders Luke Allen
The US Vice President placed his hands on a piece of the Orion spacecraft while on a tour at NASA’s Kennedy Space Center, despite a sign that forbade it
The ability to get online is now routinely regarded as a universal human right, but it really doesn't deserve that lofty status, says Steve Fuller
Offsetting social problems posed by financial overheating and tech disruption puts utopian ideas such as basic income centre stage, argue two new books
The bill now needs to be debated in the Senate, but could cost millions of people their health insurance if it passes
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