If global temperatures rise by just four degrees celsius, the forecast is cloudy with a chance of obliteration.
Psychologist and writer Maria Konnikova on how to out-smart a con artist.
Bill Nye answers the big one: Can faith and science can co-exist, or is religious belief dependent on ignoring science?
Nuts!, a new documentary film by Penny Lane, focuses on John R. Brinkley, a "doctor" who amassed a fortune by surgically inserting a piece of a goat's testicles to treat impotence in men.
Researchers possibly identify LUCA, the common ancestor to all life on Earth, and figure out where it lived.
What is former President Bill Clinton's election endorsement worth to people who were toddlers or teens during his time in office?
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.