ECHO from Africa: contraceptives ‘not risky’ for HIV, but some are not convinced
Depo-Provera is cleared by WHO for unrestricted use
America’s great experiment with freedom needs religion
The US Attorney-General delivers an strong defence of the importance of religion for society
What is to become of the Balkans?
It is in “critical demographic decline”
Is Mao Zedong Becoming the Main Deity in China?
Throughout the country, his statues are worshipped with incense, prostrations and song
Somewhere over the rainbow, skies are blue
LGBTQ mental health hasn't improved since the US Supreme Court legalised same-sex marriage
Taiwan is shooting itself in the foot in its quest to woo the West
Trashing family values can only deepen the island nation’s demographic crisis
Is obesity the last legitimate prejudice?
UK public health experts lay into fat kids while giving a pass to the promiscuous
Waging war on catastrophism
A leading British academic says that climate change protesters are spreading a gospel of fear
Why “Indigenous Peoples’ Day” isn’t indigenous
The tribal people of the Americas lacked an understanding of our common humanity
PG&E pulls the fire plug in California
An electricity utility stages a deliberate large-scale blackout to protect itself from liability
Anti-rape culture and the burning of Notre Dame
Why are some people so eager to dance on the grave of Christianity?
In US and Canada, end-of-life laws endanger people with disabilities
The media is ignoring a major US report on assisted suicide
John Henry Newman: the harmony of difference
Prince Charles pays tribute to a new Catholic saint
From ‘The Second Sex’ to a mother called Fred
How feminism disrupted motherhood and made it a choice for ‘men’
UK’s natural population growth is sputtering
For those born in the UK it is already reversing.
Our choice for the Nobel Peace Prize – just in case they are overlooked
A cheerful, peaceful army affirming human dignity
‘Joker’: a descent into madness in Gotham City
Joaquin Phoenix's performance is stunning and intense
Holding liberalism to account: the prescience of John Henry Newman
How the Church's newest saint foresaw our irreligious age.
Nursing care crisis in Germany
Will Mexico ride to the rescue?
John Henry Newman: a saint for today
Newman was one of the most influential minds of 19th Century Britain
Elevating the ordinary: the enduring legacy of Rembrandt
A Dutch sensibility for the little things of everyday life marks his work
Abortion a woman’s choice? It wasn’t for Judy Garland
Coercion has a long history, and is even more likely under new laws
Trustworthy AI? What’s lost in translation
AI is not an ethical agent.
The USA could be in population decline sooner than was previously thought
That has huge implications.
Is it time to give up?
The best we can do is tend our own gardens, says an American novelist