Here's why you should try to fit less—not more—into each day.
Scientists pick up signals from an explosion of electromagnetic energy that occurred when a black hole ripped apart a passing star.
Social media addiction may be on the rise. Surprisingly, there’s been very little research on it.
As more research on psychedelics appears, we need to take their therapeutic potential seriously.
A questionable new study suggests green tea may be able to reduce the effect of Down syndrome on facial features.
In his first media appearances since the Cambridge Analytica story broke, Mark Zuckerberg spoke to several publications about how Facebook plans to protect user data going forward.
Scientists find a groundbreaking application of the supermaterial graphene.
Good news for space exploration?
In line with his own ingrained assumptions, the standard ones of Victorian England, Darwin maintained that female inferiority is an inescapable consequence of nature.
Researchers are starting to get a handle on why ancient creatures returned to the ocean after their ancient ancestors climbed out of it.
Half of all blindness in humans is due to macular degeneration. There looks to be a cure.
A new study reveals that babies as young as one year old can think logically.
"The greatest change-agent profession... is the legal profession." But should these change agents side with big corporations?
Self-actualization is a great goal, but how easy is it to actually reach?
Over the past week, former employees at Facebook and other companies have revealed how tens of millions of users' data has been harvested and passed along to outside parties.
UMBC's upset over top-ranked Virginia last week was a perfect example of group flow.
The 2018 World Happiness Index reveals some surprises and explains why the world's richest country is not one of its happiest.
Last month, the United States Federal Bureau of Prisons released more than 6,000 prisoners early. The Sentencing Commission reduced their sentences retroactively. And the Senate is considering a bipartisan bill to...
Various studies have found that, on average, belief in God is associated with lower scores on IQ tests.
If you check your phone in the middle of the night, it says something about you.
The history of women being elected to offices of supreme power is short. Here are 10 women who have made the most of that time.