American and French troops turned capturing Hitler’s chalet into a game.
A socially minded franchise model makes money while improving society.
The same parts of the brain that help us navigate complex social interactions can also drive us to make wildly bad investments.
A new study from Iceland confirms that a shorter workweek improves productivity.
A team of biohackers is on a David-versus-Goliath mission to make insulin affordable to an increasing number of diabetics.
Traditional Chinese medicine and Vietnamese culture are driving the pangolin to extinction.
A year of disruptions to work has contributed to mass burnout.
Many workers moved home on the promise or hope that they'd be able to keep working remotely at least some of the time after the pandemic ended.
Science journals may be lowering their standards to publish studies with eye-grabbing — but probably incorrect — results.
As bad as this sounds, a new essay suggests that we live in a surprisingly egalitarian age.
A new study explores how investors' behavior is affected by participating in online communities, like Reddit's WallStreetBets.
The pandemic has many people questioning whether they ever want to go back to the office.
The world's 10 most affected countries are spending up to 59% of their GDP on the effects of violence.
The neoliberal call for more 'choice', seems hard to resist.
A study of 1.6 million people ties high incomes with more positive emotions and fewer negative ones, but only towards the self.
Whose responsibility is it to ensure that there is affordable access to employment?
The British economic anthropologist Jason Hickel proposes "degrowth" in the face of recession.
One bill hopes to repeal the crime of selling sex and expand social services; the other would legalize the entire sex trade.
Do they really need the human touch?
Despite overall increase over the past 20 years, share of women in science and engineering falls in some European countries
A crash course in the history of money, the birth of Bitcoin, and blockchain technology.