From "shell shock" to "combat fatigue," the wars of the past century have violently illuminated the power trauma can wield over the mind and body.
The U.S. has the world's largest debt in absolute terms, but Japan's is the largest when measured in terms of its debt-to-GDP ratio.
Diversity training is easy to get wrong. Here's how to build an effective program.
Europe is divided on whether films should have subtitles or different audio tracks.
In the most extreme cases, spiraling prices can lead to a collapse in a currency’s value.
Learning and development leaders can play a key role in fostering inclusion in the workplace, improving creativity and innovation in the process.
History's first utopia shows how far we've come.
A new survey found that 27 percent of millennials are saving more money due to the pandemic, but most can't stay within their budgets.
What's especially bizarre about the McGurk effect is that knowing you're being duped doesn't correct your perceptions.
Airless tires are puncture-proof and more environmentally friendly. And Michelin is aiming to get them on your car by 2024.
Francisco José de Goya y Lucientes is often labeled a quintessential Spanish artist, but his allegiance may well have lied with the French Enlightenment instead.
A new snake becomes Instagram famous after its accidental discovery by a graduate student going on a nature walk in northern India.
60% of all potentially dangerous asteroids remain undetected.
"Dead" satellites aren't just space junk. They are also targets for hackers to hijack and use to broadcast misinformation.
The German-American cartoonist introduced the idea that Santa Claus traveled with a sleigh and reindeer.
The tragedy of Alexis de Tocqueville: The French aristocrat who spent his life trying to understand democracy
Despite losing most of his extended family to the guillotine, Tocqueville grew up to become a fervent supporter of democratic revolution.
Ancient helium-3 from the dawn of time leaks from the Earth, offering clues to our planet’s formation. A key question is where it leaks from.
Augustine's theology came to define Christianity, but there was a rival theology.
Britons could start receiving the vaccine within days.
What does your money personality say about how you save (and spend) money?
Science journals may be lowering their standards to publish studies with eye-grabbing — but probably incorrect — results.
If you're interested in reinvention and adaptability, turns out Italian cooking is an instruction manual for life.
In Louisiana, high school starts at 7:30 am. Research shows that is at least an hour too early.
Is it true that half of disaster relief is motivated politically rather than by need?
The unique light signatures of nautical beacons translate into hypnotic cartography.
Our brains did not evolve to shop on Amazon.