It’s not clear, though, whether the “trailer” is meant to influence Kim Jong-un or #45’s fans.
We don’t have to stop inquiring or wondering about the far-flung vistas of reality, we just need to do it with some good old-fashioned logic.
More and more prosecutors across the US are going after the friends and family of those who die from a drug overdose. Is this practice morally acceptable?
Two popular terms, 'neurodiversity' and 'cognitive diversity' could hardly be more different, even though they sound similar.
Iceland just passed a law that changes its organ donor program from ‘opt-in’ to ‘opt-out’, a move that effectively turns every citizen into a donor unless otherwise specified.
We often support ideas without knowing quite why. John Stuart Mill reminds us why capitalism can be great for us and why we should be wary of state power.
On June 7th, the Canadian Senate will vote on Bill C-45. It is expected to pass, making Canada the first of the G7 nations to legalize recreational marijuana.
Hawaii continues its history of progressive climate policy by pledging to become carbon neutral by 2045, a move that would make it the first such state in the country.
Was Oscar Wilde—witty author, gay rights icon, and lover of champagne and material beauty—a radical socialist?
On Monday, the Supreme Court set aside the ruling against Jack Phillips, a baker who cited religious beliefs as the reason he refused to bake a cake for a same-sex wedding in 2012.
The teenager statistics are even more shocking.
President Donald Trump wrote on Twitter on Monday that the Russia investigation is unconstitutional and that he has the right to pardon himself, even though he's "done nothing wrong!"
Only 5-15% of the World Ocean’s floor has been mapped. This herculean effort is set to tackle our planet’s last frontier.
Walking all over the English countryside picking up trash, the genitalia of the spotted hyena, and many other subjects comical and deadly serious.
Walmart announced Wednesday that it will pay for its 1.4 million employees to attend college, a move that could help the company's tainted image.
President Donald Trump signed a 'right-to-try' bill on Wednesday, but some think the new law will do more harm than good.
Kim Kardashian is meeting with Jared Kushner and President Donald Trump on Wednesday to talk prison reform and the case of Alice Marie Johnson, who's service life for a nonviolent crime.
In most countries around the world, some jobs are by law reserved for men only and forbidden for women.
A new study argues that the working class are not prejudiced against immigrants and are more likely to help people.
After revealing new policies, Starbucks closed more than 8,000 of its stores Tuesday afternoon so some 175,000 employees could undergo racial bias training.