We get upset when politicians from the other party act in ways that defy our moral values. When someone from our own party does it, we're not always so concerned.
Could the objective assurance in correct answers mandated in mathematics education teach students to be similarly calculating and assured when it comes to daily moral conundrums?
As religious tensions flare in the House, four Democratic congressmen are launching a new group dedicated to science-based policy, separation of church and state, and freedom for all—including atheists.
New research reports the moral imperative to help those in need is much weaker if the needy person in question is a stranger.
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers is in the process of killing thousands of cormorants without even considering the ethics.
New research finds a link between disbelief and unethical behavior is strongly lodged in Americans’ minds.
New research finds exposure to Christian ideas—or even standing in the shadow of a cathedral—nudges people in the direction of black-and-white thinking.
New research finds people on both sides of the ideological divide caricature the other, but those on the far left are the most guilty.