Most Americans say they want to discuss end-of-life treatment with their doctors. Yet few seriously ill patients ever actually do.
From the Editors
The Century's take on the issues of the day
Amid the chorus of Facebook likes and rainbow images, it was easy to overlook a third critical SCOTUS ruling.
We need more than a national conversation about race and policing. We need spiritual and political change at the local level.
This has been the spring of discontent over standardized testing. Unfortunately, this has been closely tied to resistance to the Common Core standards.
One practical lesson of the Pew report is the crucial need for mainliners to focus on passing the faith on to the next generation.
By the time of Freddie Gray's arrest, his part of town was already awash in legitimate grievances against the police.
No rain in California is a disaster for all of us. But the drought, now entering its fourth year, is also an opportunity.
When what's at stake is a commercial transaction, it makes sense for a religious freedom claim to be trumped by the commitment to treat people equally.
The ACA is no longer just an idea. It is how millions of people access health care—and the Supreme Court stands poised to gut it.
Is anti-Semitism on the rise? It's hard to quantify, and data vary across regions. But a vicious anti-Semitism persists in Europe and the Middle East.
ISIS’s primary targets remain Muslims it views as apostate. But a new generation of Christian martyrs is arising as well.
Obama's budget includes more money to detain undocumented children. At the largest family detention center, the average child is age six.
Imagine a tax increase that makes sense to liberals and conservatives, the Chamber of Commerce and unions, truckers and environmentalists.
We don’t have to choose between solidarity with victims of violence and with religious minorities. But the latter may be more challenging work.
U.S. churches have long sought better relations with Christians in Cuba. The political thaw will make this much easier.