Pope Francis’ 2018 World Communications Day message explains the dangers of fake news and what journalists and the public must do to combat it.
The eccentric millionaire has been offered bribes and gotten death threats. Yet, he holds steadfast, as this remarkable treasure hunt stands as his legacy.
Another exiting week of commentary. Some real winners this week. Did you make the cut?
While the Patriots battle the Eagles during Super Bowl LII, asteroid AJ129 is flying pretty close to Earth, cosmically speaking. But how close exactly will it be, and should you be concerned?
Researchers find that magic mushrooms can keep people from developing authoritarian views and more connected to nature.
Measuring quantum gravity has proven extremely challenging, stymying some of the greatest minds in physics for generations.
Researchers discover how the brain triggers our attraction to the opposite sex and sexual behavior.
If the zouave of the Alma bridge gets his feet wet, Paris knows to start worrying
What is the what about the squat? And have we reached some sort of squatting vogue moment?
Have you ever been curious about how curiosity works?
Few know about the trillion dollar crime that stole pay raises while weakening our economy. The “lootocrats” and their courtiers are taking us for a ride.
As an added bonus, these tiny building blocks could even be used to split water, creating a clean-burning and near infinite source of energy.
If your vision is clear, everything is revelatory. The author of "My Struggle" on writing his way into life.
Granted, genetic manipulation has been a dream for decades. Here’s what is different now.
Get ready for images projected in mid-air to start appearing in the next few years.
Artificial Intelligence will change the nature of some jobs, and eliminate others. But will that be good for humanity? Bill Gates thinks so.
President Donald Trump veered away from his typical protectionist rhetoric at the World Economic Forum in his remarks on the benefits of global cooperation.
Shanghai scientist Ruxin Li has already built the world’s most powerful lasers, and he plans a new one that can rip matter from empty space.
Here are five points from the World Economic Forum at Davos that can help men and women work together for gender equality.
"At times, it seems as if we are condemned to try to understand our own time with conceptual frameworks more than half a century old." Historian Niall Ferguson says it's time for an update.