To explain what good luck is and how to create your own, Nick Offerman leans on the wisdom of Tom Waits, Socrates, Tom Jefferson and Nick Offerman.
If we ever discover the true size of the universe, we'll likely have galaxies to thank. The trillions of massive star clusters we've observed are sending light from the early universe back to us.
Eugene Gholz, the associate professor of political science at the University of Notre Dame, posits that President Trump's decision to suspend U.S. military operations on the Korean peninsula negates decades of...
It's easy to lose yourself in your dreams. But better not to let your big ideas get the best of you, says Nick Offerman.
"A rising tide lifts all boats," says Ken Langone, one of the co-founders of Home Depot as he makes his case for capitalism being the being the best economic model.
With over 100 active science missions, from the Hubble Space Telescope to studying ice shifts on Earth, working at NASA can be a dream come true for any astronomer or astrophysicist.
America seems to know what it's against, but what is it for? American isolationism has a checkered past, and not participating in global institutions is no longer a realistic option.
Your personality will partially determine how good you are at your job, especially if you have a complex job that requires more than rote behavior. So are you and your job a good fit?
How do you get everyone to speak up? Simple. You allow them to have a voice.
Hollywood writer's rooms are notorious boys clubs: men often outnumber the women by 8 to 1. Nell Scovell has been defying that statistic her entire career.
This might sound crazy, but hear it out: What if we paid politicians higher salaries with bonus incentives?
Want to learn about innovation? Study hip hop. From the early dance halls to the Wu-Tang Clan, cognitive friction has made hip hop better and better.
What makes a job a great place to work? A sense of equity and ownership, says Michael Bush.
When we see problems in the world, we're quick to blame someone—anyone—who should be providing peace, love, and harmony. But the universe actually bends toward chaos and decay.
Stephen Hawking was one of the greatest scientific and analytical minds of our time, says NASA's Michelle Thaller.
Giving human rights to a being with unlimited knowledge? Probably not a good idea.
The more diverse minds we have, the better we are as a population.
Should we be scared of a robot job apocalypse? Not all at once, says Accenture CTO Paul Daugherty.