The Satanic Temple unveiled a statue of the occult idol Baphomet outside the Arkansas State Capitol building on Thursday to protest the Ten Commandments monument already on capitol grounds.
Vaccinations have saved countless lives and untold suffering, even though many adults still believe vaccines are bad for their children.
Accomplishments? Yes, Aretha Franklin had them.
Citing increasing student debt and the desire to see more family and pediatric physicians, the school might have started a trend.
After speaking with the world's "top business leaders", President Donald Trump has asked the SEC to study the potential impacts of removing rules that require companies to file reports with the agency every three...
The Thucydides Trap leads us to believe a U.S.-China war is inevitable. But is a 2,400-year-old school of thought really what the U.S. should base its foreign policy on?
Out of 45 samples, glyphosate was present in all but two, and almost three-quarters of the samples were found to have glyphosate levels that exceeded the EWG’s ‘health benchmark’.
Want to go to school to learn how to mine in space? Now you can.
A new study discovers that engaging in back-and-forth conversations with a child builds stronger connections between two of their brains’ vital critical speech areas, regardless of socioeconomic status.
Over the past 70 years, the Roman Catholic Church in Pennsylvania has been covering up child sexual abuse by hundreds of priests, according to a new report issued by a grand jury on Tuesday.
A theory of history says America is in the grips of a crisis called "The Fourth Turning" that will change it forever.
Many school districts are switching over to a four day week. Is this a good idea?
Geneticists figure out how elephants keep from getting cancer.
These maps offer a glimpse of what’s been lost – or rather, destroyed – by previous generations.
Researchers at MIT believe they might have located the neural regions responsible for pessimism.
What could religion learn from cable television? A surprising amount, seeing as the younger generations are turning away from both in huge numbers.
A new study used massive amounts of data from an online dating service to explore what makes someone desirable, and how people go about attracting partners online.
Scientists reversed the ageing of human cells, which could provide the basis for future anti-degeneration drugs.
It’s still only in the lab at this stage, and then there’s the problem of where, exactly, to store the carbon-impregnated magnesite.
The European Commission is about to pass some laws regulating the future of the Internet. Here's how to make sure these laws are fair and just.