Power or glory?
Religion itself needs redemption. In the Occupy movement, its potent ideals and traditions of resistance are resurrected
A people's truth
The Hanford nuclear site was meant to be safe for its neighbours. Now they are fighting the experts to tell their story
Wrong side of the fence
In taking the logic of settlement to extremes and shutting out minorities of every stripe, Israel damages only itself
Who killed Knut?
The death of a beloved polar bear casts the logic of zoos in a cold light. Are they safe havens or places of sacrifice?
In the face of prejudice and persecution, the Ugandan gay rights movement has crafted a surprising victory
Return of the tithe
Can private charity eliminate world poverty – or is it about making the givers feel better about themselves?
Was it really me?
Neuroscience is changing the meaning of criminal guilt. That might make us more, not less, responsible for our actions
Wind farms are good for the world but hard on the heart. A lover of wilderness reshapes her own instinct for beauty
The ruling that Anders Breivik is sane leaves his ideas unchallenged. We need a new verdict for crimes of vainglory