Airports are like mini-cities: they have places of worship, policing, hotels, fine dining, shopping, and mass transit.
The findings contradict a widespread belief.
Proxy wars on the pitch.
After cryptoassets, a wave of central bank digital currencies is set to revolutionize our ideas about what money is and how to manage it.
What began as public outcry against Iran’s so-called morality police has snowballed into a mass movement targeting the very essence of the Islamic republic.
There is one House member for every 761,169 people, which isn't exactly representative.
The future of American jobs isn't only services and tech.
There's enough evidence to conclude president Bukele had no idea what he was doing.
Many countries just ship their plastic waste overseas.
The media is deliberately pushing your buttons.
We are tearing ourselves apart over gender issues, with the result that the problems of boys and men are left untreated.
The world has improved in mind-blowing ways.
"Ghost gear" leads to hundreds of thousands of animal deaths.
Economic growth is more about quality than quantity.
This year’s Nobel Peace Prize ceremony sends yet another strong message to Russian president Vladimir Putin.
Flashy desalination technology is more costly and cumbersome than many other solutions.
It turns out it's hard to make work at an Amazon warehouse fun.
This is a perversion of justice.
We can never hope for a future with no problems. The solutions to problems create new problems, which in turn require new solutions, as WIRED founder Kevin Kelly explained recently.
The "attention economy" corrupts science.
Most electric car charging is done at night. A grid powered mostly by renewable energy might not be able to meet demand, but there is a solution.
Americans are more willing to put the greater good above their own interests today than in the 1950s.
Just a small gesture or a thoughtful comment can often alter a situation, or people’s perceptions of it, in ways that relieve tensions and make them feel appreciated and included.
Turning away is a natural response.
Time will tell what the reign of Charles III will look like, but one thing is for sure: the “new Elizabethan age” is long gone.