If We’re Going to Race Horses, We Have to Reckon With An Unsavory Question: How Many Horse Deaths Are “Acceptable?”
The New Interior Secretary Means Business. Big Business.
Ethics Alone Can’t Fix Big Tech
A Moratorium on Gene Editing Will Raise More Questions Than It’ll Answer
The Government Uses Images of Abused Children and Dead People to Test Facial Recognition Tech
What Kinds of Warnings Should People Get Before Sharing Their Genetic Data?
People’s Fears About Vaccines Aren’t Just About Vaccines
The Horrifying Dilemma of How to Treat a Pregnant Rape Victim Who’s in a Vegetative State
Report: Justice Department Investigating Ryan Zinke for Making False Statements to Inspector General
House Ethics Committee Finds Rep. Thomas Garrett and His Wife Did a Bunch of Unethical Things
Any Deaths of the Children I’ve Kidnapped Are Strictly the Fault of Parents Who Didn’t Pay the Ransom
Report: Congressional Democrats to Request Records Related to Trump Organization Deal in the Dominican Republic
Even if It Followed Ethics Rules, Recent Genetic Editing Research Could Still Be Unethical
A Chinese Scientist Says He Has Genetically Edited Babies. Confucius Has Nothing to Do With It.
Despite Living Through the Year 2016, Ivanka Trump Used Personal Email Account to Conduct Official White House Business
Why Are Pelvic Exams on Unconscious, Unconsenting Women Still Part of Medical Training?
Paul Manafort’s Lawyers May Have Broken the Law
What Exactly Does It Mean to Call for “Ethics in Design”?
Report: Three Private Civilians Have Been Shaping Policy at the VA From Mar-a-Lago
The U.K. Wants to Become the World Leader in Ethical A.I. What Does That Actually Mean?