Denying the possibility of immoral actions may be the very basis of our society.
When you see Nazis in the streets chanting things like “Jews will not replace us," it can be difficult to comprehend why they would believe such horrid things.
This discovery finally points to the source of Earth's precious heavy elements, also proves Einstein correct in more ways than one.
U.S. Congress hears expert testimony on a potentially devastating military threat from North Korea.
A new report from the IMF shows why income equality hurts everyone and proposes higher taxes on the wealthy and investigating universal basic income.
Several interpretations of the Constitution say that Trump has already broken the law by threatening free speech concerning the NFL. When can we start impeachment proceedings?
Ukrainian military shows off a new robot that can see action against Russian-backed forces next year.
What's a real leader anyway? Harvard historian Nancy Koehn mines history for some answers.
Scotland and Canada also announced they’re getting off of coal completely.
A Clinton Global Initiative event at Northeastern University highlights the work of its alums.
A common belief that regulations are a burden on businesses is challenged by Maryn McKenna’s book Big Chicken.
Gulp. Is that you, Santa?
With a 5-10 year warning, we could develop a plan to change an asteroid’s trajectory.
When asked if they had "many opportunities" to find success in their careers, 70% of the young people surveyed said "yes".
Tesla founder Elon Musk is in talks with the governor of Puerto Rico to help rebuild the island’s power grid using Tesla technologies.
Mark Twain once said that God created war so that Americans would learn geography. Twain died before World War I, but his sardonic remark still has meaning.
Socrates: what a dummy.
A number of US jurisdictions are starting to keep animal abuser registries, sparking a debate.
For thousands of years, all over the world, we've told tales of monsters and the undead. Why? Aaron Mahnke, creator of the 'Lore' podcast, on the hunger for mystery.
Other tech unveiled includes a (somewhat creepy) AI personal photographer, new VR gear, and a very affordable mini assistant.