Social citizenship is both a feeling of belonging and a definable set of commitments and obligations associated with living in a place; it is not second-class national citizenship.
By using the DoNotPay chatbot, you may be able to quickly file a small-claims case against Equifax for up to $25,000.
Are noble 18th-century norms fit for 21st-century life? Especially when, as Yuval Harari says, liberalism’s “factual statements just don’t stand up to rigorous scientific scrutiny.”
Infographics show our attitudes about privacy and keeping our data secure online.
An eruption from a supervolcano could be catastrophic. Here’s NASA’s plan and how sensible it is.
The internet is ablaze in controversy over the new AI "Gaydar" study. Did the researchers do anything wrong by pursuing this research?
A new study from researchers in China and the Netherlands suggests that wealthy people are considerably more offended by unfairness in economic situations.
The strategy of Mutually Assured Destruction (MAD) that kept the world safe for over 50 years may no longer matter in the modern world.
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.
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.
The only way the furies are stopped is by “giving them a place of honor.”
Treating the theological and the political as warring forces stops us from looking at the more surprising ways that they interact and inform each other.
Researchers for the U.S. military are studying salamanders and other animals to discover how they can regrow lost body parts.
A state-run Chinese space company announced plans for supersonic "flying" trains.
The deepest, funniest, strangest moments from the past year of the Think Again podcast. Featuring Kory Stamper, Teju Cole, George Saunders, Slavoj Zizek, Jennifer Doudna, and Timothy Spall.
Hitler is commonly thought to have been an atheist, a claim that's often used in debates about the perils of atheistic belief on a mass scale. But was he?
Hans Monderman believed that societies could make roads safer by making drivers more uncertain, and therefore alert.
From its symbolism within the Seven Kingdoms, to its political allegory for all of us beyond it, the season seven finale is an epic set-up for the final showdown.
The world’s largest oil and gas company may be its own worst enemy.