"The United States does not know what it stands for," explains political scientist Ian Bremmer, author of a new book about the American imperative to define foreign policy values.
No, Stephen J. Dubner doesn't actually endorse bank robbery. What he does endorse is amusing deconstructions of cultural acts or items — robbing banks, for instance — and analyzing data to stumble upon intriguing...
When we think about ISIS it's important to try to understand what they are and why they're as effective as they are.
Most people seem to believe MSG is bad for you. In fact, it is far more likely to be good for you
Researchers say the duration, mode of transportation, and destination, all factor into how much commuting a person can take before they begin to burnout and resent their jobs.
New research from the University of British Columbia has shown that racial stereotypes affect our expectations of what a person sounds like when they speak.
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