1,007 people were surveyed about their political affiliations and opinions, and their music tastes to learn to what extent they correspond to each other. Survey results are shown as infographics.
A court has ruled against a motion for appeal on behalf of chimpanzees Tommy and Kiko with a landmark opinion asserting the importance of better addressing the rights of nonhumans. The opinion calls this “a deep...
A listing of some of the British royalty’s favorite family names as the name Prince William’s and Kate Middleton’s new baby.
Rapper Meek Mill is stuck in jail, caught in the U.S. justice system’s perpetual probation trap that keeps a disproportionate number of black people in America incarcerated.
50 years after his assassination, a look back at five ways Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. changed the U.S.
The Nonhuman Rights Project turns to philosophy to persuade courts to honor chimpanzees’ rights.
Stephen Fry announces that he’s had surgery for prostate cancer nine the most Stephen-Fry way possible.
Pope Francis’ 2018 World Communications Day message explains the dangers of fake news and what journalists and the public must do to combat it.
A new report finds China is now the leading nation in the publication of science and engineering research.
Comprehensive new study of economic history paints a frightening future.
The U.S. State Department’s “Countries of Concern" include North Korea, Myanmar, and more. But how close is America itself to earning a place on the list?
Our survival is rooted in theirs.
A survey of Americans’ views on legalization as AG Sessions restarts nationwide prosecutions.
Trying to understand California aflame.
“Cha-ching!” go the corporate coffers.
The government decides the risk of research into dangerous viruses is worth the reward.
A study of moose skull sizes on a remote island shows the effects of global warming.
A NYT article says the Defense Department been tracking mystery aircraft.
The UN has commissioned a study of extreme poverty in the most of one of the world’s wealthiest nations, the United States.
A new Credit Suisse report shows 27% growth since 2008 in the world’s wealth, with a disproportionately large share going to the already wealthy.