John Sutter says the Scouts' plan to welcome gay Scouts but not gay adult scout leaders doesn't make sense.
It's a surreal and horrifying scene. Father and daughter are in a truck that's parked in a relatively distant field, behind a fence. They're watching a building burn.
John Sutter says people are showing their solidarity with the victims of the Boston bombing by running
John Sutter says all of us are geared to help, and the responses to the Boston bombings show that.
Google's Eric Schmidt isn't naive, but his estimate that everyone will be online by 2020 is probably too optimistic, says John Sutter
John Sutter says it's wrong that America has become the world capital for this cruel practice
If you don't spend much time online, and if you're older than most college students, you may have missed the thousands of teens and 20-somethings who were running around the country this week with red "X" marks on their hands.
John Sutter says the pipeline break in Alabama is another warning sign of the risks from reliance on fossil fuels
If Rush Limbaugh says same-sex marriage is inevitable, it's inevitable. Here's what the conservative radio host had to say about the topic on a recent show:
John Sutter and Will Cain look at the culture shift on gay rights -- and how Supreme Court rulings could affect it
CNN columnist John Sutter visits Franklin County, Mississippi, to find out if an all-straight county really exists.
CNN columnist John Sutter says the lack of legal protection pushes people back into the closet.
For LGBT people, the United States has turned into a complicated mess of 50 Americas -- most of which discriminate against them, says CNN's John Sutter.
"Men don't play netball."
John Sutter: Studies show kids who had preschool fare better on many fronts than kids who didn't. Congress should back Obama's push for preschool for all kids.
Air pollution in China has gotten so bad lately that one environmentalist's wacky idea for a solution doesn't seem all that far-fetched: putting clean air in a can.
In a live video chat, John Sutter and Andrew Derocher fielded questions from readers about how to save the polar bears.
John Sutter says a proposal to airdrop food for polar bears is a sign of just how critical climate change has become.
John Sutter says commenters made good points about the plight of the longterm unemployed