Walmart is selling "snake oil," said the general counsel of the organization bringing the lawsuit.
The 'People Map of the United States' zooms in on America's obsession with celebrity
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Maybe try counseling first before you try this, married folks.
Studying 'episodic memory' in animals may hold the key to understanding memory loss in humans.
Health hazards like depression, suicidal ideation, and sexual violence seem to be increasingly prevalent among U.S. teenagers, according to new CDC report.
To help dramatize the need for us to open our minds about the potential nature of extraterrestrial life, experimental philosopher Jonathon Keats has built instruments and composed music for aliens.
The fierce debate over participation trophies ignores a crucial fact: Children aren't idiots.
Scientists have discovered that neurological response to posture is separate from movement.
Co-ops are more pervasive than you think. They just suffer from a marketing problem.
Hackers working for Russia have gained access to hundreds of U.S. electric utilities in 2017, according to new reports from federal officials.
Our attention is more than just a resource. It is an experience.
The road to harmony often means getting your hands dirty.
Virtual reality is helping train counter-terrorism officers.
Hasbro is releasing a Cheaters Edition Monopoly that encourages players to get ahead in any way they can.
Maybe the only chance they have to tell their story before they're gone.
Ingvar Kamprad may be the most influential aesthete in the history of interior design, thanks to the mass-produced and self-assembled furniture created by his company, Ikea.
As more intellectuals seek a common ground between the left-right divide, these ten books offer insights on how to navigate challenging topics.