When the mutual relatives of two royal families died, the countries were likelier to go to war.
American and French troops turned capturing Hitler’s chalet into a game.
The world is changing, and technology is driving that change. Today, that observation is about as compelling as the insight that water runs downhill. It’s just what technology (and water) […]
Why saying, "I don't know," might be the best thing you can do.
Exceptionally high-quality videos allow scientists to formally introduce a remarkable new comb jelly.
It is all too easy for humans to fall into the cognitive trap of thinking that an entity that can use language fluently is sentient or intelligent.
Russia's cyberattacks against Ukraine have been prolific and ongoing for several years. The future of war may begin in cyberspace.
Astronomers in 2017 caught an image of a supermassive black hole in a galaxy far, far away. Doing it in our own galaxy is a huge milestone.
Modern applications of Stoicism show up in unexpected places, from the latest techniques in psychotherapy to texts on Christian theology.
In "Off the Edge", journalist Kelly Weill dives down the strange rabbit hole of the flat-Earther community.
From 260-year-old ciphers to the most recent Zodiac Killer solution, these unbreakable codes just needed time.
The EU is slowly realizing that it cannot count on the U.S. to meet its security needs. Has the time finally come for a European military?
This world map shows how the rest of the world LOLs. In France, you MDR; in China, you 23333.
Proteus could someday be used to create extremely strong and lightweight armor and locks.
An article in Journal of Bioethical Inquiry raises questions about the goal of these advocacy groups.
The decades-long conflict is best understood not through secondhand accounts of historians, but the primary accounts of people who actually experienced it.
Masks are great, but what happens when we try to throw out a billion masks at once?
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.
While there is more to North Korean cinema than meets the eye, the country’s film industry ultimately amounts to little more than a mouthpiece for the ruling Kim dynasty.
From textiles and transportation to chemicals and microchips, a group of researchers proposes a new way to measure the impact of innovation.
Aristotle's ancient virtues play a vital role in today's war.