We all want to have a good stable relationship with somebody, says Dr. Helen Fisher. So it's important to understand how intense romantic love affects our long-term goals.
When Copernicus put the sun at the center of the solar system in 1543 instead of the Earth, it dealt a major blow to the self-esteem of people who needed to be at the center of it all.
Psychological researcher Suzanne Hidi discusses what separates individuals who have mere curiosity in life from those who, through taking a deeper interest, are propelled onto new discoveries.
We surprise the smartest people you know with ideas they're not prepared to discuss. This week, Marc Goodman, author of FUTURE CRIMES.
Charles Darwin probably wouldn't like what his name now means. He called any "Darwinian" human, having no trace of team loyalty, "an unnatural monster."
Robots could be considered legal drivers in the United States. This means human occupants inside the vehicle wouldn't require a valid license in order to ride inside — the software would be the vehicle's legal...
Ann Veneman became the Executive Director of UNICEF in 2005. She was the first woman to serve as the Unites States Secretary of Agriculture.
Twenty years after the Convention on the Rights of the Child, countries around the world are still struggling with implementation.
Ann Venemen dissects the consequences of letting another generation go without education, health care, and basic civil rights.
Veneman admits it’s a challenge to find a set of standards that fits every country and context, but argues against a sliding scale of rights.
UNICEF head Ann Veneman shares some of the frequently overlooked abuses that children are subject to the world over.