This is a nice addition to the findings of the “yellow snow” study.
Denying the possibility of immoral actions may be the very basis of our society.
Anxiety is now the number one disorder on the planet. Yet it's oddly ignored from public conversation.
Another bit of science fiction is coming to life as scientists develop a highly elastic and adhesive surgical glue, similar to the one Ryan Gosling used to seal his wound in Blade Runner 2049.
Children’s drawings of houses rendered as they’d look in real life.
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.
The benefits of living in urban centers, where populations are more dense, include more accessibility to leisure, health, and safety services, according to a new study out of the UK.
Acupuncture has a bad rap in the scientific community, but can modern brain scanning techniques redeem it?
This discovery finally points to the source of Earth's precious heavy elements, also proves Einstein correct in more ways than one.
While it's reasonable to trust that science will eventually answer our unsolved questions, assuming that it has all of the answers right now is not.
Another week, another fine selection of witty and wonderful comments from our Facebook page. Did you make the cut?
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?
What method helps you retain more information — reading, highlighting, or even interrogation?
Bending the rules of government in exchange for favours or bribes is a worldwide problem. It is certainly not limited to Mexico, but the statistic is shocking.
A new study by the European Commission found that video game piracy may increase the downloading of legitimate games by 24%.
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.