When a rap he wrote as a teenager ended up on MySpace years later, Antavio Johnson found the police at his door—and now, he’s been sentenced to two years' hard time for a song lyric.
Anita L. Allen is the Henry R. Silverman professor of law and professor of philosophy at the University of Pennsylvania. She writes about everyday ethics, health, and the right to privacy for scholarly journals and the popular press.
Eleven-year-old Jordan Brown is accused of killing his father's pregnant fiancé with a hunting rifle. Does that means he belongs in an adult prison with rapists, murderers, and hardened criminals?
Thanks to Google Earth and puzzling new TSA rules, all you need to know to get on a plane these days is the color of your house.
Women around the world are finding it more and more difficult to conceive, creating what one expert calls an "infertility time bomb."