Russian President Vladimir Putin's recent remarks about the future with artificial intelligence prompted alarm from Elon Musk.
A new study shows the effectiveness of medical marijuana in preventing the abuse of prescription drugs.
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The list of issues reported by Transport for London is shocking.
Sen. John McCain announced he'll be voting against GOP legislation that would repeal the Affordable Care Act.
The same technique is used by crime scene investigators in the FBI.
“These facts have been presented time and again, year after year, for decades,” DiCaprio says. “Quite simply, we are knowingly doing this to ourselves."
Hundreds of millions globally could be impacted in a significant way.
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.
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Infographics show our attitudes about privacy and keeping our data secure online.
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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.
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Hope has played a significant role in the lives of African Americans throughout history, from early abolitionists to Martin Luther King and President Obama.
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The only way the furies are stopped is by “giving them a place of honor.”