Many organizations are reluctant to share important information across national borders. Astronaut Ron Garan, whose time ins pace helped him see the world in a whole new way, argues that these apprehensions fail to...
We as a society are conditioned to love Fridays and hate Mondays. This is outdated, argues best-selling author Jon Acuff. There's no reason why we can't rescue Monday and make our jobs as awesome as they can be.
Too many people continue to die in hospitals, often in pain and hooked up to machines, when they'd much prefer to die at home in peace surrounded by family and friends. Dr. Angelo Volandes' new book helps guide...
"All I insist on, and nothing else, is that you should show the whole world that you are not afraid. Be silent, if you choose; but when it is necessary, speak—and speak in such a way that people will remember it."
The Second World War was a moral and societal nadir. The conflict's incomparable horrors ensure its continued relevance in art, storytelling, and the general cultural zeitgeist.
by Lindsay Beyerstein
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