Experts assess what would happen if the U.S. and North Korea go to war.
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A new study finds a link between a desire for uniqueness and a willingness to believe in conspiracy theories.
A new UN report challenges the global human rights community to consider Universal Basic Income.
One study supports imposing artificial restrictions in order to goose creativity.
Apparently bees can understand zero, making them the first invertebrate members of an exclusive club.
One philosopher believes psychedelic drugs are a gateway to truth and knowledge.
Scientists have used CRISPR-Cas9 to clone virus-free piglets as organ donors for humans.
In his new book, Why Buddhism is True, Robert Wright admits he's bad at meditation—and that's part of his success.
This season of Game of Thrones has been especially political, and episode 7 relates to the social and political climate of the U.S. like never before.
Another week, another fine selection of comments.
Researchers succeed in deleting key genes from ants, significantly modifying their behavior.
A pastor has come out in support of President Donald Trump's authority to use force with North Korea.
Psychology professor Joseph Ferrari explains how to overcome procrastination.
We're more lonely than ever and this is horrible. Equally horrible? We can't bare to spend time alone.
Spontaneous talk on surprise topics. Comic Ari Shaffir talks about outrageousness in comedy, bipartisan e-rage on social media, and growing up and growing out of bad habits.
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The discovery in Kenya of a 13-million-year-old fossil skull unearths the common ancestor of humans and apes.
“The human skin is a promising conduit for genetic engineering, as it is the largest and most accessible organ.”
A new study shows how one dietary change in the U.S. could make a 46%-plus dent in greenhouse gas reductions.
A new study finds that cognitive functioning of women is affected by gender-role attitudes within their country.