Though it looks promising, there are some issues to work out before it becomes widespread.
The newest viral video is from... 1947?
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.
Scientists have used CRISPR-Cas9 to clone virus-free piglets as organ donors for humans.
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.
A pastor has come out in support of President Donald Trump's authority to use force with North Korea.
Experts assess what would happen if the U.S. and North Korea go to war.
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.
A new study shows how one dietary change in the U.S. could make a 46%-plus dent in greenhouse gas reductions.
All 24 cantons would meet at St Stephen's cathedral in Vienna
Renowned linguist and public intellectual MIT Professor Noam Chomsky offers his take on the Trump administration and its troubles with Russia.
The bad news, the possibility of epidemics. The good news, it may help slow global warming.
Facebook catches two AI chatbots talking in their own strange language.
Hyperloop One completes a first-ever full-track test of hyperloop transportation.
The cost-effectiveness of green technology makes it tough to ignore.
There’s surprisingly little evidence that proves recommended courses are the best treatment.
The Job Guarantee is a policy proposal that would have the state function as an employer of last resort.
Spontaneous talk on surprise topics. Oxford historian Peter Frankopan on two millennia of the flow of germs, ideas, commerce, and more from East to West and vice versa.
Rationality isn't the rule, it's rare. That's true of the sort of optimizing rationality that economists presume we all have (even though many economists themselves fall short of that standard).