Did the 20th century bring a breakthrough in how children are treated?
Austro-Japanese aristocrat Richard von Coudenhove-Kalergi later concentrated on plans for Pan-Europe.
Thomas Baldwin's Airopaidia (1786) includes the earliest sketches of the earth from a balloon.
Can passenger airships make a triumphantly 'green' comeback?
Although everyone knows that coal-based energy is a thing of the past, declarations about nuclear power plants somehow do not want to enter into force.
The summit of Europe's most active volcano is also the world's only decipoint.
An outbreak in the number of measles cases in the UK has resulted in the country losing its World Health Organization dedicated “measles-free” status. The culprits responsible for this decline: […]
In Natural Causes, journalist Barbara Ehrenreich questions our obsession with wellness.
Why one expert believes it is knocking on death's door.
If conjoined twins are forced to get along and share... so can a divided America.
Englishman Andy Pardy is traveling 18,000 miles (30,000 km) across Europe this summer to make a continent-sized political statement
America's fear of an Anglo-Japanese alliance led Canada to worry about a U.S. attack—and in the end, devise a scheme for a 'pre-emptive invasion' of its southern neighbor.
In 1919, Woodrow Wilson attempted to rally the U.S. behind the League of Nations. His failure suggested the way forward.
There is a more accurate date for when American independence from Great Britain was declared.
She was walking down the forest path with a roll of white cloth in her hands. It was trailing behind her like a long veil. It was sweeping needles, leaves […]
As part of Ipsos’ long-running studies on misperceptions, researchers asked people in Britain and the U.S. to guess how often people aged 18-29 in their country had sex in the past four weeks.
A study of 323 uprisings against repressive regimes yields stunning insights.
Trump is #45 but Pence is #48 – and other strange consequences of the curious office of vice president.