This past weekend millions of people celebrated a giant step forward on this nation's evolutionary path - the Supreme Court ruling legalizing same-sex marriage in all 50 states.
It's encouraging that a good number of people are in favor of reforming the criminal "justice" system, including the prisons.
Both parents are working in over 60 percent of families, but the U.S. remains the only developed country without a paid family and sick leave policy.
Some categories not covered by the executive order need to be brought out of the shadows, perhaps under another order in the future.
I'm a guy who's never been married, but I have some definite impressions of the institution that I'd like to share: You see, I marry people, 300 couples a year!
For working women the results of the November 2014 election will determine much about your life on and off the job.
Without consent or authority, South Dakota officials remove American Indian children from their families and place them in the foster care system, in violation of the Indian Child Welfare Act of 1978.
Legal experts and human rights activists describe this week's two cases before the Supreme Court on same-sex marriageas as monumental.
Few could have missed what are likely the most contemptible words ever uttered by a candidate for the presidency of the United States - words that show just how unqualified he is to aspire to that office.
I find the rant against governmental regulatory power bizarre, though not surprising. Will has a lot of - I'll be polite - nerve to complain about regulatory overreach