"I look forward to a great future for America - a future in which our country will match its military strength with our moral restraint, its wealth with our wisdom, its power with our purpose." - John F. Kennedy
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Kennedy realized that people were agreeing with him and with each other because they didn’t want to feel out of place.
Barbara Boxer on Managing James Inhofe and the Frame that Turned John Warner into a Climate Advocate
Barbara Boxer appeared on Bill Moyers last week, providing fresh insight into her relationship with James Inhofe as well as the strategic appeal that turned GOP Senator John Warner into […]
The Knights Templar were not only skilled fighters, but also clever bankers who played a crucial role in the development of Europe’s financial systems.
There are dozens of instructional design models, but most learning designers rely on a select few. Here are four of the most common.
Haters and disrespect aside, fruitcake is still a robust American tradition.
Released in 1972, "Ways of Seeing" has proven to be as worthy of study as the artistic traditions it investigates.
Many contrarians dispute that cosmic inflation occurred. The evidence says otherwise.
Astronomers possibly solve the mystery of how the enormous Oort cloud, with over 100 billion comet-like objects, was formed.
Most people seem to enjoy liberalism and its spin offs, but what is it exactly? Where did the idea come from?
Millions of doses of Johnson & Johnson's COVID-19 vaccine could be distributed as early as this week.
I spoke to 99 big thinkers about what our ‘world after coronavirus’ might look like – this is what I learned
There is no going "back to normal."
They came from different places and with different ideas, which still resonate today.
On May 4, 1970, the National Guard shot and killed four students during an anti-war protest. The massacre went on to change American culture forever.
A study finds that while musical newbies exercise the brain's so-called creative hemisphere, pros have moved on.
Johns Hopkins University professor Susan Carnell explains the neuroscience behind eating out of boredom (and how to stop).
The campaign promise could only become law if the Labour Party wins the general election in December.
By the time John Paul DeJoria founded John Paul Mitchell Systems, he’d already sold encyclopedias on commission door-to-door, and he understood the importance of persistence in the face of rejection. […]
Moving the needle forward on psychedelic research.
The Harvard Medical School's clinical professor of psychiatry wrote the book on the topic.
It's been difficult to research the illicit drugs, but we're slowly building a better understanding of their potential.
With the death of Markeis McGlockton, the debate over stand your ground laws has reignited. Proponents believe they make us safe, while opponents claim they encourage vigilantism. While a consensus may be inconclusive, studies suggest such laws aren’t as effective as their drafters intended.
America isn't immune to attempts to remove books from libraries and schools, here are ten frequent targets and why you ought to go check them out.
If you want to know what makes a Canadian lynx a Canadian lynx a team of DNA sequencers has figured that out.
Senator John Sidney McCain III, who died Saturday, Aug. 25, 2018 at the age of 81, is lying in state in the Rotunda of the United States Capitol.
It was officially closed in 2007, but has just been reopened.
We often support ideas without knowing quite why. John Stuart Mill reminds us why capitalism can be great for us and why we should be wary of state power.
Through an analysis of popular names vs. gender in leadership positions, The New York Times compiles a 'so sad it's almost funny' report on how real the glass ceiling is.
Hey. Remember former Speaker of the House John Boehner? The guy who famously said that he was "unalterably opposed" to legalizing marijuana? Well, now he's a huge pothead.
With his 51st Oscar nomination for Star Wars: The Last Jedi, composer John Williams has mastered the craft of the film score.