Pew Research Center data shows that most people think diversity improves lives in their countries.
Comfort has won, and most formality is gone.
The videos raise serious legal and moral questions about police crowd-control tactics.
Does what you believe in come from reason? Or just your community?
Data from LinkedIn suggests soft skills will be the most in-demand as the economy begins to rebuild and 2020 grads look for work.
The inequalities impact everything from education to health.
With the coronavirus pandemic upending summer plans, now's the perfect time to learn something new.
Who is to blame for the U.S.'s dismal college graduation rate? "Radical" educator Dennis Littky has a hunch.
If a crisis like this only comes once in a hundred years, so does this opportunity.
A study of over 100,000 businesses in Oregon uncovered some unsettling news about worker conditions.
An information war is being waged.
There are ways to engage with someone with whom you don't agree.
Beyond Meat and Impossible Foods find a greater foothold in the market as demand for plant-based meats rises.
Two of Iceland's largest whaling companies are keeping their boats in port this summer. One of them permanently.
Colleges and universities can continue to ignore what the market wants, or they can get in the game and differentiate with new on-ground and online pathways to employment-centric education.
Ad Fontes Media wants to educate readers on where to find reliable sources of news and lessen the heat from the political flame wars.
Preventable deaths for all five leading mortality causes are "consistently higher" in rural communities.
Deciding how we ought to live is one of the greatest challenges of being alive. Ask yourself these important questions to gain clarity, with philosopher Peter Singer.
Americans just want to pay their bills. Is universal basic income the path to financial stability and economic opportunity?
A new report calls on the departments of certain scientific fields to double the number of black students by 2030.
Does voting serve the collective good, or should we just not bother?
The key to changing hearts and minds for a better world? Lead with love, says Senator Cory Booker.