Big ideas in the news from around the web
A scathing critique of antidepressant medication, just written by a psychiatrist in Wales, UK, is making waves across Britain and you can expect ripples to reach the U.S. in the coming days.
Researchers make a case for why you should go to the movies alone. They say you'll have just as much fun as if you went with a group — don't miss out on life just because you can't find someone to go with you.
Babies as young as six months understand how to use a smartphone. But is there some risk in this kind of early media exposure?
Today's the 78th anniversary of the bombing of Guernica. The only reason you probably don't know that already is because this isn't the event's 75th or 100th anniversary, because we as a society value some numbers...
A serial litterer who made a habit of tossing books out his car window the past few months has been identified and cited by police in Boulder, Colorado.
More than 200,000 children are hospitalized each year in the U.S. for playground-related injuries. What researchers want to know is how many of these disasters could be averted by parents putting down their...
In the 10 years since it went public, YouTube has been a hot topic for cultural critics and experts on innovation. We take a look at the site's past and the promises for its future.
If Scrooge gave away just a few pennies, he would suffer a big loss of well-being; for Mother Teresa to suffer a comparable loss she would have to give until she were nearly penniless.
Amazon's fledgling goat-grazing service is only in beta at the moment, but we think this idea's got legs. Four of them, actually.