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The internet now plays such a large role in daily life that it's difficult to imagine many people getting by without it.
Facebook has released information on the first full-scale drones designed to deliver Internet services to underserved populations across the globe that lack developed infrastructure.
A new study in the journal of Applied Psychology shows that rudeness has a ripple effect, negatively affecting interactions outside the initial one.
Two of the most famously rousing speeches in history, though one is from a dramatic work, address many of the same topics: bravery, fear, camaraderie, and death.
The Internet is a different beast altogether, and instead of catering to the interest of journalists, candidates can/must appeal to the masses.
Ironically, the more women have tried to free themselves from masculine norms of sexuality, the more they have adopted male sexual tendencies under the guise of sexual liberty.
Detroit, Chicago, and Oakland have all suffered from the terms presented by the finance firm.
For all we make about our disagreements with each other, we are bound to have more in agreement by the nature of conservation.
A plant with twice the nutritional value of kale, reported to taste like bacon when cooked, could soon be entering the U.S. health food market, possibly expanding its reach even wider.
We never give people who live in the public eye the same amount of privacy and respect that we afford our personal friends.
Many people use Uber and Airbnb to make some money on the side, but the cost of this, economists argue, is the displacement of more stable industries like traditional taxi and hotel companies.
A recent study makes a compelling new case for why we shouldn't take drugs like Adderall precisely because they help us to succeed at things we otherwise wouldn't.
Researchers have developed computer software that can diagnose clinical depression by noticing how people behave during psychiatric interviews.
The Middle Eastern pan-Arab military organization has found its way into the hearts and minds of Westerners searching for a cause.
In many respects, the new global economy has been more unkind to men than women.
Great individuals will sometimes behave badly because they can.
Our anger over the murder of nine black church-going individuals in South Carolina is real and justified, but is it useful?
The Internet is a funny place. Humor is one the things it does best, which is why I was shocked, and ultimately disappointed, at the collective reaction to Joyce Carol Oates' recent tweet.
Genetically modified plants, in and of themselves, are not harmful, says Bill. In fact, they feed billions of people thanks to increased crop yields.
In a report given to ABC News, TSA screeners failed to detect 67 out of 70 tests at dozens of airports throughout the country.
A great many of our most popular songs are written at just a third-grade reading level. That's the conclusion reached by an analysis of 225 popular songs.
It was when FIFA awarded the 2022 World Cup to Qatar — a country that could reach 140 degrees Fahrenheit during match play — red flags went up in the American legal system.
In a bid to preserve records of atmospheric activity, climate scientists are looking to transport ice from the planet's mountainous regions, such as the Alps, all the way to Antarctica.
Alas science does not operate outside the human realm, but as an extension of our natural capabilities — the good as well as the bad ones.
Called ZipCap, the private loan company enables small businesses to treat loyal customers as collateral — an asset which traditional lenders have never considered viable.
The study opposes the notion that sexual equality is merely a goal of modern society that is mostly free of concerns over resource scarcity.
Everyone's coming-of-age music sounds like a personal revolution, but when did music change for everyone and all at once?