Dr. Rubin wrote a dozen books and hundreds of magazine and online articles in later years that explored the fault line between the received truths of contemporary life and people’s real lives.
A pill that revolutionized reproductive rights in Latin America is now gaining ground on the black market in South Texas.
Kim Tingley, a contributing writer for the magazine, wrote this week’s cover story about three-parent I.V.F. Here, she talks about the controversy surrounding the procedure.
The trends that make the peer-to-peer economy possible.
An American teacher in Helsinki questions the national practice of giving 15 minute breaks each hour—until he sees the difference it makes in his classroom.
Report on poverty, inequality, and social policy
Review of reports and scholarship on issues of sexual assault and rape on American college campuses, including risks, prevention efforts and cultural dynamics.
I’m thrilled that my parents are so excited about Tori and Kelly’s baby, but I’m the sperm donor, and not the person raising this baby. I’m working to manage their expectations.
For many Hispanics and Arab-Americans, changes in questions on census forms could elicit more accurate portrayals of their backgrounds.