Although recent studies show promise and progress toward discovering a cure for HIV/AIDS, a cure is still a long way off.
While some question their motivations, many celebrities utilize their unique position in society to highlight issues they feel strongly about.
National government agencies, foreign governments, and international organizations are all necessary to provide relief and reconstruction in the aftermath of natural disasters.
The women’s vote is essential, and with male approval about equally distributed between Obama and the Republican nominees, the women’s vote is critical to any Presidential hopeful’s success.
One industry where men continue to dominate is business. But Blakely, Oprah Winfrey, and Meg Whitman are blazing a trail for women.
Requiring Catholic universities to prescribe birth control to students violates their belief system and moral teachings and jeopardizes the separation between church and state
Here are five companies that are demonstrating how to increase revenue while addressing global, social, environmental, and health issues in 2011.
The public sale of .xxx domain names caused a panic for prestigious institutions and figures. However, the isolation of adult content to its own domain is beneficial for both users and owners.
The criticism directed toward the Catholic church in recent years has detracted from the good works, social justice initiatives, and educational efforts that the church is committed to.
Despite her claims of media bias, Michele Bachmann is not getting the same attention as the other GOP candidates because of her weakness as a candidate.
The Vatican's proposal for a new global financial system is ambitious and admirable. However, its recommendations are unrealistic at this time.
Providing educational services to refugees residing in camps in Eastern Chad will help the country move forward.
Texas Governor Rick Perry uses Christian values to form his platform for the 2012 Republican nomination, but his religion shouldn't affect his policy.
Given the current political climate in Washington, D.C., political labeling by the media and politicians is distracting to constructive political debate.
The concept of social business is inspiring a new business mentality — one that directly produces social change and combats poverty.
Environmentalism has taken head amongst a new generation of evangelical Christians hoping to preserve "God's creation."