A Political and Literary Forum
Pulse oximeters give biased results for people with darker skin. The consequences could be serious.
America's voting technologies are gravely inefficient, but solutions are less complicated than many politicians have indicated.
Emerging technologies increase people's ability to wall themselves off from topics and opinions that they would prefer to avoid, creating serious dangers.
Stephen Jay Gould is wrong about evolution.
How greater economic equality would promote public health.
Norman Daniels, Bruce Kennedy, Ichiro Kawachi
Can religion and science be happily reconciled?
H. Allen Orr
The United States is in the midst of a fundamental reorientation of its environmental regulation, one that is as improbable as it is unremarked.
Charles Sabel, Archon Fung, Bradley Karkkainen
An interview with the Rev. Eugene Rivers III.
Eugene F. Rivers III, Eva T. Thorne
Two new collections of essays contribute to the public debate—with varied results.
Has any other industrial product so dominated its time?
Battling cystic fibrosis.
By E. O. Wilson.
Markets need to be reshaped to protect the environment, and such reshaping will require political struggle.
Vital reading on politics, literature, and more in your inbox
Robin D. G. Kelley
Michael Patrick Lynch
Alex de Waal
Jedediah Britton-Purdy, Amy Kapczynski, David Singh Grewal
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