Meet the world's largest landowners.
Its apples taste bad, but institutions all over the world want a descendant or clone of the tree, anyway.
Before anesthetics, some patients would die of the pain on the operating table.
ExtendNY stretches the Big Apple's gridiron all across the globe – with some bizarre effects
The dream of multi-messenger astronomy is to seen an event with gravitational waves, neutrinos, and light all together. The newest candidate just might get us there. When it comes to cataclysmic […]
Healthy Housing Foundation has purchased four properties in Los Angeles, with more planned.
It's all about smooth pursuit.
Instead of viewing racism as a moral failure, Racists Anonymous treats it like a disease from which everyone suffers.
The history and reasoning behind the much-maligned Electoral College.
The apple of American politics never falls too far from the tree.
No doubt you've heard one of these arguments given as a reason against gun control. Problem is, it's very dubious logic.
Building encryption into everyday services is more than just good business.
Test your legal acumen. Pencils ready!
Using technology is like having sex. We like the fun, the feelings, and the connection with others. But if aren’t mindful of downstream consequences like having babies, spreading disease, and dealing with psycho ex-lovers, we can end up in situations that we never anticipated.
The San Francisco Giants are World Series champions. To celebrate, hundreds of fans took to the streets to vandalize their city. One expert explains the riots by describing how individuals take advantage of a "cloak of crowd anonymity" to behave badly.
Today marks the first major legal setback for the NSA wiretapping program.
Oklahoma City, the "buckle of the Bible Belt," may soon have a monument to Satan on its statehouse steps.
Please read poll numbers purporting to explain how people feel about Obamacare with a grain of salt. Most Americans really don't have a clue what it does.
James Madison’s analysis of the American republic is often praised for its brilliance, but the 4th president could not have envisioned the chutzpah and anti-government zeal of the 2013 House Republicans.
Five guidelines for navigating the Internet from the great 19th-century liberal individualist.
Consider this individual: She has appeared on ABC’s “What Would you Do?” and is the ambassador for “Healing Hands for Haiti,” which aims to bring rehabilitation medicine to the country. […]
During this year’s Super Bowl, brands like Oreo and Tide didn’t just stick to their traditional pre-planned paid advertising routine—they tried something new. Along with six others, they flexed their […]