India goes to the polls next month to elect a new prime minister. The BJP candidate, and frontrunner, is seen by supporters as a dynamic man of the people. Opponents say he is little more than a rabid nationalist. What would his victory mean?
This history of Catholic confession is in large part an impassioned response to sexual abuse by the clergy. But does it focus too much on sex?
The Chinese government is declaring a war on pollution, but citizens have the real power to ensure change actually happens.
Without a concerted effort to tackle inequality, the cascade of privilege and poverty will continue down the generations.
How much can we blame the dismal science for the problems of the world – are cold economic calculations taking over our lives?
The Montreal Protocol has helped improve ozone levels over Antarctica, but it will still be some time before the ozone hole disappears.
Flappy Bird’s removed from the Apple App Store raises question about the future of independent game designers.
Information is the lifeblood of a healthy democracy, and with standards dropping, Patterson’s book proposes “knowledge-based journalism” as a solution.
Statistics of smoking-induced cancers obscure the very human stories behind them. Read Karen Daniels’s story.