It's almost time to 'spring forward.'
The hard part was keeping the list down to ten.
When it comes to raising superintelligent A.I., kindness may be our best bet.
As Facebook and YouTube move to moderate anti-vaccination content, Amazon has given no indication that it plans to do the same.
A new study of thousands links right-wing authoritarian attitudes and feeling one's life is more meaningful.
Who were the most divisive Americans?
Why do people buy into stories that are clearly lies? Hannah Arendt can help us understand.
News doesn't sell. That's lethal to journalism – and democracy.
Less local newspapers are making the populace more uninformed.
Experts say global warming is no longer some future worry. It's already here.
U.S. laws regulating online speech offer broad protections for private companies, but experts worry free expression may be threatened by "better safe than sorry" voluntary censorship.
How activism has led to better data regarding police brutality.
It may come as a surprise to some to find that anarchism comes in as many flavors as Ben 'n Jerry's.
The legacy of Felix Dzerzhinsky, who led Soviet secret police in the "Red Terror," still confounds Russia.
It could put the American fossil fuel industry on a clear path to extinction.
Not all states are feeling the effects equally.
The country's paperless system serves as a model to other nations.
Americans must choose the middle path, away from the fundamentalist positions on both the right and the left, argues a Washington think tank.
A new report shows how legalizing marijuana nationally would likely be much more effective at curbing drug smuggling than building a border wall.
The findings of the controversial study flew in the face of past research on ice gains in Antarctica.
"We must end the needless and unjust convictions and the debilitating criminal stigma and let's legalize the adult use of recreational use of marijuana once and for all," the governor said.