The results of Google Image career searches are often at odds with the statistics when it comes to the relative participation of men and women.
Walking all over the English countryside picking up trash, the genitalia of the spotted hyena, and many other subjects comical and deadly serious.
Walmart announced Wednesday that it will pay for its 1.4 million employees to attend college, a move that could help the company's tainted image.
President Donald Trump signed a 'right-to-try' bill on Wednesday, but some think the new law will do more harm than good.
Kim Kardashian is meeting with Jared Kushner and President Donald Trump on Wednesday to talk prison reform and the case of Alice Marie Johnson, who's service life for a nonviolent crime.
In most countries around the world, some jobs are by law reserved for men only and forbidden for women.
A new study argues that the working class are not prejudiced against immigrants and are more likely to help people.
After revealing new policies, Starbucks closed more than 8,000 of its stores Tuesday afternoon so some 175,000 employees could undergo racial bias training.
Support for increased gun control in the U.S. is slowly rising, but one group of Americans seems to change their minds faster than others.
China has been spotted trading with North Korea by a Japanese patrol plane. If true, the actions would violate international sanctions against North Korea.
Police violence is experienced by a large proportion of Russians. Is America going the way of its geopolitical foe?
Nye has spent almost his whole career teaching kids, but he's hated by right-wing ideologues for spreading the word of science.
The moral bankruptcy of the European Union, the backlash against Steven Pinker’s defense of progress, and where we go from here.
Voting. It's important. But we don't exactly make it a priority, do we? Other democracies have outshone the United States when it comes to innovating ways to encourage democratic participation.
Q: How long would it take the average Walmart employee to earn as much as its CEO? A: 1,000 years.
Elon Musk had a bit of a meltdown on Twitter this week as the media reported troubles at Tesla, including missing production goals and clashing with the government about the infamous autopilot crash that happened...
It marks the third such defamation against Jones, but it's not clear the plaintiffs will have an easy case ahead of them.
Authoritarian regimes have had a long history of targeting intellectuals who don’t agree with them. What kind of people get deported? We have a list of ten people whose work got them shipped out of Russia.
The effect of this trend will be with us for decades to come, experts say.
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.