Can history offer us clues on happiness? Yes, argues Yuval Noah Harari, if we're willing to listen.
Over 700 pilgrims were killed by a stampede en route to Mecca. Why do some choose to celebrate such tragedies?
The Argentine leader is expected to discuss gay marriage and abortion while in Philadelphia, but will he confront the systemic abuses plaguing his Church?
Rupert Murdoch now owns 73 percent of National Geographic. What does this mean for the organization's future?
In Singapore, National Night is a night for baby-making. What happens when governments sponsor procreation?
Public shaming can be powerful medicine. But used in the wrong context it can kill.
While we usually associate yoga with flexibility-inspired exercise, evidence shows a lack of psychedelic mushroom tea could lie at the foundation of this discipline.
College campuses have become a breeding ground of intolerance and shame — vigilant liberalism is destroying free speech.
AI will throw a wrench into many of our theological foundations. How will we adapt?
The separation between our reality and the reality of the rest of animal life — the "man given dominion" nonsense — is a façade that’s slowly eroding.