With school shootings happening constantly around the country, here are real measures we can take to protect our kids.
Germany has long harbored varying degrees of anti-Americanism, but a new survey suggests those sentiments have grown particularly strong.
Free meals turn out to be powerful incentives for prescribing opioids, according to a new letter published in JAMA.
A new study shows that teenagers are increasingly experimenting with marijuana before beer or cigarettes. Is that a good thing?
Democrats are wondering how to beat Trump. The only way might be to play his game.
How does Vladimir Putin see the world? To understand how he controls Russia and pushes his agenda overseas, look to the works of 20th-century fascist philosopher Ivan Ilyin.
Despite a low unemployment rate, all is not well in the United States. Not by a long shot.
CFC-11 was banned worldwide in 1987 by the Montreal Protocol, but scientists have found increasing levels of the ozone-depleting chemical in the atmosphere since 2013.
The Trump administration is quietly bringing an end to NASA's Carbon Monitoring System, which builds high-resolution maps of the world's carbon flow.
The Matthew effect or Price's law shows us how inequality can be a fact of nature. What does this mean for our debate on inequality in our society?
In a commencement speech at Duke University, Apple CEO Tim Cook praised the "fearlessness" of the #MeToo movement and students in Parkland, Florida.
How do bankers create money? Here's your incredibly frustrating answer: they just create money.
The White House shares its vision of what the U.S. and its allies can offer to North Korea in exchange for denuclearization.
By putting its relationships in military hands, the US is losing its power abroad.
Many of the Russian IRA troll Facebook ads were released today by Democrats on the House Intelligence Committee.
Steam-driven explosions at the summit of the Kilauea volcano in Hawaii could pose new threats to residents on the island.
North Korea has nothing to lose in face-to-face diplomatic talks. Can the same be said of the U.S.?
1,007 people were surveyed about their political affiliations and opinions, and their music tastes to learn to what extent they correspond to each other. Survey results are shown as infographics.
A court has ruled against a motion for appeal on behalf of chimpanzees Tommy and Kiko with a landmark opinion asserting the importance of better addressing the rights of nonhumans. The opinion calls this “a deep...
When Mark Zuckerberg told Congress Facebook would use artificial intelligence to detect fake newsposted on the social media site, he wasn’t particularly specific about what that meant. Given my own work using...
Ruinophilia. The science of loneliness. Live at UntitledTown Book and Author Festival, Green Bay, Wisconsin