As Internet search engine Google has exploded in popularity — adding new applications all the time — it also has sparked concerns about privacy, security and censorship online. A group of experts recently debated Google's merits and flaws in an Intelligence Squared U.S. debate.
The Supreme Court's ruling this summer that the Second Amendment protects an individual's right to bear arms has added fuel to the ongoing national debate about guns. A panel of six experts takes on the proposition "Guns Reduce Crime" in an Intelligence Squared U.S. debate.
Nearly everyone agrees that the surge — or some confluence of events — has improved security in Iraq. But is the United States actually winning? Four experts debated the topic during the latest in the Intelligence Squared U.S. series.
As part of the Intelligence Squared U.S. series, six experts debate the proposition "Universal health care should be the federal government's responsibility."
Organ transplantation is tragically out of reach for thousands of people on waiting lists. The situation has sparked debate about whether people should be paid to donate. Six experts recently took on the issue in the Intelligence Squared U.S. debate series.
The debate over whether harsh interrogation techniques are ever necessary has reverberated in the halls of Congress, at the White House and across the country. In the latest in the Intelligence Squared U.S. series, six experts tackle the question.
Should the United States, with its enormous military might, act as a global sheriff, policing the world's trouble spots? A panel of experts debates America's responsibilities abroad and at home in the latest in the Intelligence Squared U.S. series.
A panel of experts debates whether performance-enhancing drugs should be allowed in competitive sports. It's the latest in the series Intelligence Squared U.S.
Aid meant to combat poverty in Africa has been complicated by corruption among political leaders, leading some to question if it hurts more than it helps. Six experts debate the topic in the Intelligence Squared U.S. series.
Last year, Michigan became the third state to ban the use of affirmative action in the public arena. Is it time to end it across the country? A panel of experts debates in the latest in the Intelligence Squared U.S. series.