Hitler and other Nazis were fond of a strange theory that the world was made of ice.
Why are the prices of cryptocurrencies so volatile? Are initial coin offerings (ICOs) worth your investment? Bitcoin and other digital currencies created an entirely new market with its own rules.
A first-ever study looks at how sibling bullying leads to the development of psychotic disorders later in life.
Inventor Nikola Tesla's work at Niagara Falls may be his most direct and lasting contribution to our lives.
Studies indicate that most guns are owned by a small amount of Americans, while the majority's views on gun control issues are ignored by lawmakers.
Could famous sinkings and disappearances in the Bermuda Triangle have been prevented by advanced contemporary technology?
One achievable solution can stop the epidemic of school shootings in the United States without restricting the guns of law-abiding citizens.
Are déjà vu and the Mandela Effect related? A theory by physicist Michio Kaku may help explain.
Valentine's Day has a surprisingly raunchy history, going back thousands of years.
Here are 7 current dictators that have ruled their countries the longest.
Single people have their own day to celebrate love.
Harvard University's popular course on Buddhism returns with an interactive feature and great content.
The Olympic Games are the perfect backdrop for international propaganda.
The Bermuda Triangle, one of the most mysterious places on Earth, doesn't have an official map and the U.S. Coast Guard is why.
Did researchers actually make a human-chimp hybrid? Some famous scientists have made stunning claims that went against the scientific consensus.
A sea region has become the top place for maritime accidents, accounting for almost half the shipping disasters in the world.
A game designer creates games that can change attitudes and behaviors.
Experts caution about the dangers of the current technological revolution at the annual gathering of the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland.
Scientists devise neural networks that can spot likely government corruption.
Harvard's Steven Pinker makes the case that excessive political correctness can be damaging to society and lead to the growth of radical opinions.