The bid to buy Greenland is unlikely to become seriously considered.
Sharing QAnon disinformation is harming the children devotees purport to help.
Even a year like 2020 couldn’t prepare Americans for the first few weeks of 2021. The year’s opening act was a siege on the U.S. Capitol by a mob of […]
As a form of civil disobedience, hacking can help make the world a better place.
Lawrence "Larry" Brilliant, an American epidemiologist who helped eradicate smallpox, warned about the inevitability of a global pandemic in a now-famous 2006 TED Talk.
Some Americans are fearful of government control and awash in conspiracy theories.
How do we combat the roots of these hateful forces?
China's dominance of the rare earth metal industry is part of its overall geopolitical strategy.
"For decades, a national anti-cruelty law was a dream for animal protectionists. Today, it is a reality."
In his new book, "Forward: Notes on the Future of Our Democracy," former Democratic presidential candidate Andrew Yang explores how media narratives can warp public perception of political candidates.
Just a small gesture or a thoughtful comment can often alter a situation, or people’s perceptions of it, in ways that relieve tensions and make them feel appreciated and included.
Younger Americans support expanding the Supreme Court and serious political reforms, says new poll.
Ads from political figures are exempt from fact-checking, according to Facebook's recently updated policies.
The White House is reportedly considering an executive order that would open up public access to scientific research.
Will nefarious players use social media to sway public opinion again this November?
You can’t control external threats, but you can manage how you prepare and respond to the risk.
Science doesn't exist in a cultural and existential vacuum and its teaching shouldn't either.
Partisan division has reached its peak, shows an alarming new study that identifies three crucial components.
Some of the weirdest characters in Greek mythology were Athenian kings.
No amount of "brute force" would make stop such a storm, experts say.
Misinformation in political ads bring "significant ramifications that today's democratic infrastructure may not be prepared to handle," Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey said.
A majority both disapproves of him and think's he'll win next year. What gives?
Surprising as it may seem, we are all very good at denial. Negation, however, is a different phenomena.
"We seem to be racing toward a new configuration of government and industry without having fully thought through all of the implications," Steve Aftergood, director of the Project on Government Secrecy at the Federation of American Scientists, told MIT Technology Review.
Jonathan Berman wants us to have better dialogues.