Stephen Johnson is a St. Louis-based writer whose work has appeared in U.S. News & World Report, The Huffington Post, Eleven Magazine, Cheapism, Vox Magazine, The Missourian and other publications.
The Department of Justice has reached a settlement with Defense Distributed in a landmark decision that will enable the controversial organization to publish CAD files of firearms on its DEFCAD website.
As a result of warming seas, at least 10 types of sharks currently found in warmer areas will likely be found in British waters in coming decades.
A Chicago lawmaker says UBI is not only a way to ensure people still get paid as automation displaces their jobs, but that it’s also a safeguard against the inevitable sociopolitical strife that would follow.
Restaurants are increasingly less likely to accept paper currency, a trend that likely protects businesses from theft but also makes it harder for low-income people to shop.
A growing body of research suggests that healthy sleep habits might be effective in preventing the onset of Alzheimer's disease.
A new medical imaging device uses technology developed by particle physicists to produce full-color, 3D images of the human body.
A team of international scientists has pinpointed the cosmic source of a ghostly subatomic particle called a neutrino, marking the beginning of a new era in astronomy.
Forbes recently claimed Kylie Jenner is “set to be the youngest-ever self-made billionaire.” But some questioned whether “self-made” is an accurate description of her fortune.
“Please consider this a commitment that I will fund fixing the water in any house in Flint that has water contamination,” Musk tweeted.
In the 2018 World Cup, England's team was aided by an unconventional team member: a psychologist who equipped players with tools to navigate the mental and emotional sides of the game.