The question of antimatter is a specter haunting the field of physics: Why is there more matter in the universe than anti-matter? Lawrence Krauss gives a surprising answer.
Jesse Ventura and Donald Trump were astute political observers during the 1980s. But Trump has taken the wrong lessons from history, says the former governor of Minnesota.
Just the thought of money causes your brain to react in ways similar to being high on cocaine.
What does it mean when someone calls you smart or intelligent? According to developmental psychologist Howard Gardner, it could mean one of eight things.
Since the autism diagnosis first appeared in 1943, the world has become a much more welcoming place for people with autism, but it's still not quite where it should be.
Jason Silva offers a crash course on the tech-centric philosophy that seeks to overcome the limitations of humanity.
Your brain creates all the narratives in your life, but it's possible to train yourself to transcend the mind's innate urge to storify everything.
A bevy of new research is proving wrong many of our preconceived notions about women and sexuality.
Author and peace activist Maajid Nawaz argues that we too often treat radical Islam with kid gloves. While our good intentions make us sensitive to the Muslim faith, and keep us from labeling its violent members as...