There are few more powerful positions than being a Supreme Court justice, yet the female justices are just like other women: talked over by their male colleagues.
Women’s participation in the labor force has soared over the past 50 years, rising from 32 percent in 1948 to 56.7 percent as of January. Yet those gains have not translated into the U.S. corporate boardroom,...
Here's why Latin American cities are the deadliest in the world.
Dammit, Spock, can your cold, calculating reason fathom the mysteries of the human heart?
Tesla CEO Elon Musk appealed to President Trump on Twitter last week following tough talk on trade with China.
People often argue that most Western societies have achieved gender equality. Despite this, feminists continue to argue that the battle is not yet won.
Newly released documents show how the FBI paid Best Buy Geek Squad employees to report customers who had child pornography on their computers, a relationship that might have violated customers’ Fourth Amendment...
Almost every reader will learn from the vast erudition (and biblical proportions) of Steven Pinker's 'Enlightenment Now'. But it's data-lit gospel of progress hides darker biases.
A number of important women are working outside mainstream media to build platforms that address the gray areas in challenging topics.
DST has implications on our history, our health, and even our chances of being the victim of a crime.
For Women's History Month we have a list of seven all women teams who changed history. Some were scientists, some soldiers, some living, and some long gone. All of them shaped the world.
How do we even define mental illness?
Think you're "post-tribal"? Think again. Attorney and "tiger mom" Amy Chua on groupthink in America and abroad.
The Nonhuman Rights Project turns to philosophy to persuade courts to honor chimpanzees’ rights.
In a state-of-the-nation speech just weeks before Russia’s presidential election, President Vladimir Putin claimed his country had two new nuclear-powered weapons systems.
Every country is unique—but only America is extraordinary
The American public is split on whether to provide a “safety net” to workers displaced by advancements in artificial intelligence.
Is there a connection between mental health and gun violence? Here's what the experts think and the stats show.
Warren Buffett’s letter to shareholders for 2017 contains valuable insights into recent market activity, and also explains how he won a 10-year bet with Wall Street.