A 2020 study has revived a longstanding controversy over Christopher Columbus' claims of marauding cannibals in the Caribbean.
New research sheds light on the indoctrination process of radical extremist groups.
Of course, it's all about where you move. The authors argue that it needs to be less populous regions.
'Critical Tourist Map of Oslo' offers uniquely dark perspective on Norway's capital.
According to Harvard economists, Democrats and Republicans both perceive reality very wrong.
Europe's border closures due to coronavirus go against a fundamental freedom enshrined in the Schengen Agreement.
The ability to interact peacefully and voluntarily provides individuals a better quality of life.
The welfare state is broken. UBI is the smarter, more effective option.
Interpreter, Google's language translating tool, is coming to mobile and it's poised to change our everyday conversations.
A review of the global "wall" that divides rich from poor.
Without a country to belong to, many of these people lack some of the most fundamental rights.
During World War II, the U.S. incarcerated over 100,000 Japanese Americans in concentration camps throughout the West.
We tend to promote foreigners by broadcasting their economic and scholarly value, instead of their intrinsic humanity.
Over the weekend, Pete Buttigieg warned of the dangers of white national terrorism. Officials in El Paso agree.
The federal government is exploring their options to keep up with the border crisis.
Immigrants add way more to the American economy than they take.
Researchers discover government agencies use facial recognition software on photos from local DMVs.
The museum's important call to document future history.
Is that what Jesus would have responded to the poll from Pew Research Center?
Compassion is one of several news values that determine if a story is published.
There's more than one kind of wall that we can build. Building the right kind of wall might even be good for the U.S.
Many governments do not report, or misreport, the numbers of refugees who enter their country.
Despite the negative rhetoric, Europeans are getting more liberal about immigration.
Don't denigrate immigrants, says Jared Diamond. You are one.
A new study of thousands links right-wing authoritarian attitudes and feeling one's life is more meaningful.
...and hopes for big benefits.