Scientists in Japan have discovered why yawning is so contagious.
Weatherman Alan Sealls of WKRG in Mobile, Alabama knows how to explain Hurricane Irma.
These may not be the only social predators that do.
The truth is out there. But it may be subjective.
Scientists discover that humans are still evolving, with natural selection weeding out certain diseases.
Spontaneous talk on surprise topics. Author Salman Rushdie on the secret life of cities and so much more.
Hope has played a significant role in the lives of African Americans throughout history, from early abolitionists to Martin Luther King and President Obama.
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New research suggests that whale stranding are the result of the navigational mistakes cause by the same magnetic anomalies that produce the aurora borealis.
There are many people who preach the supposed benefits of psychedelics, but none do it as well, nor as reliably, as these philosophers and scientists.
This research may help us develop diamonds for products and better understand nuclear fusion.
Polygamy has been denounced by the Mormon church for more than 100 years. So why does the stereotype persist?
In The Road to Character, David Brooks argues that our moral vocabulary is severely lacking.
We compiled a list of seven of the greatest public speakers of all time, people who forever changed the course of history with their words.
Pocket-sized therapies, like counseling apps, are praised as a timely solution to the budgetary pressures and long waiting lists of overstretched mental health services. But do they work?
The only way the furies are stopped is by “giving them a place of honor.”
On September 1, launched a $2.5 million project called "Open Exploration of Vertebrate Diversity in 3D" or as many scientists know it - the “scan-all-vertebrates” project. Sponsored by the National Science...
135,355 people in eighteen countries can't be wrong.
What if your car was an extension of yourself? Neuroscience, art, and engineering combine to give us a glimpse of that future.
It could add $83 billion to the U.S. economy in 10 years—and that's a very conservative estimate.