New York Times reporter Melissa Chan outlined in a Twitter thread how authoritarian governments strategically destroy the reputations of journalists they dislike.
Now is a good time to brush up on who's on the ballot.
A study from May 2018 found that most lottery winners report greater life satisfaction over a long-term period.
It's a little scary out there, folks.
Her husband died in 2009 of the disease.
Wray said the investigation was "limited in scope" and "followed standard procedures," though he seemed to sidestep repeated questions about the involvement of the White House in determining the scope of the investigation.
Most other countries don't have universal healthcare because of poverty or war. Why does the U.S. keep clinging to a bad system?
America continues to tread water in healthcare and education while other countries have enacted reforms to great effect.
Kayne West's tweet that the United States should amend the 13th Amendment brought renewed attention to a flaw in its language.
Millennials are killing everything great about our society including…divorce?
Twenty years ago, Nintendo asked America to try to catch 'em all. We still haven't (legitimately) captured a Mew.
Have you been feeling like democracy is in trouble lately? According to this report, you're right.
Magical thinking has always run deep in America, but in the last 30 years things have begun to escalate. "Nutty fringe ideas" are making their way into the mainstream.
The most influential contemporary scientists and their accomplishments.
Coercion requires justification. How can we justify the invisible walls of our visa policies?
Social citizenship is both a feeling of belonging and a definable set of commitments and obligations associated with living in a place; it is not second-class national citizenship.
A study finds an increasing number of Americans live with serious mental issues and their access to healthcare is getting worse.
While often compared to the Roman Empire, the United States is not likely to collapse in the same way.
The United States of America is as divided now as it has ever been. Why is this? One author suggests that it is because we have never been one united nation, but 11 differing ones. Founded for different reasons and striving towards conflicting goals, can they ever learn to get along again?
The future success or failure of the economy is up to the young, and many countries could do better to equip them.
The United States is not only a country of immigrants, but its composition is dramatically changing.