The principle of nonintervention may be extremely difficult to enforce in today's complex world, but its principles should be revived again.
At a trial for a German concentration camp guard, a Holocaust survivor seeks to put truth and justice before his desire for revenge.
Although dieting can be good for people's health, unsupervised efforts — particularly by adolescents who want to be excessively slim — can be dangerous.
U.S. President Barack Obama should be praised for engaging in "declassified diplomacy."
If the tenets of the Nuremberg principles and the Geneva Conventions were applied, both George W. Bush and Tony Blair would most likely be convicted for their roles in the Iraq War.
Cluster bombs should be called "cowards' bombs" because civilians are frequently their victims.
A humanitarian pause is badly needed in war-torn Yemen, where a majority of the population in urgent need of medical care.
Chinese scientists have created monkeys with a version of autism that could eventually help in the cure for this complex spectrum of brain disorders.
Domestic violence against women is so widespread that it has become a global public health issue.
Microcephaly in children may have a multicausal origin.