Research shows that those who spend more time speaking tend to emerge as the leaders of groups, regardless of their intelligence.
We mistakenly think a lack of productivity means employees just don't care.
Creativity can bring about unchecked harm, but it's up to us how we wield it.
When he first became a multi-millionaire, Elon Musk shared how his vision led to success.
When we fail to help in a bad situation, we are morally responsible. So, why don't we pick up others' litter?
Life’s stages are changing – we need new terms and new ideas to describe how adults develop and grow
Ages 30 to 45 are now “the rush hour of life.”
Innovative drugs are sometimes held up due to old-fashioned human biases.
Innovative use of blockchain tech, data trusts, algorithm assessments, and cultural shifts abound.
The decision, supported in the majority opinion by the court’s conservative justices, is a victory for nationwide religious groups and a defeat for the mostly liberal state.
At ground zero, Trinitite, the green, glassy substance found in the area, is still radioactive and must not be picked up. The Trinity Site was where the first atomic bomb […]
Blockchain technology could help alleviate the struggles of asylum seekers who are many times left in the wake of political fights.
Traditional buildings were designed to provide protection against a savage world. But the world has changed. We need to develop a more sustainable relationship with the environment, and semi-permeable architecture allows us to do that.
Our always-on culture has us working harder, doing more, and sleeping less. While the health ailments of sleep deprivation are well known, a study by Rand Europe shows that it is costing the economy as well, with the U.S. estimated to lose up to $434 billion in 2020.
A universal basic income (UBI) policy could change how we evaluate the meaning and quality of work in our society.
Scalia was sitting right next to Clarence Thomas, the sole African-American justice, when he made these startling comments.
Our anger over the murder of nine black church-going individuals in South Carolina is real and justified, but is it useful?
Last month at The New Republic, before that venerable American periodical sadly imploded, Slate’s Dahlia Lithwick wrote an article lamenting that the Supreme Court is increasingly a bastion of elite […]
The reason Socrates banished laughter or comedy from the poetry of the just city is that comedians, at their best, remind us of what we all know: There’s an inexpressible […]
As shocking as it sounds, eugenics was a practice made popular by an American social engineering movement in the 1920s and 30s. Today, the victims of the program want redress.
Craig Robinson, a conservative blogger who runs The Iowa Republican, didn’t mince words last week, calling Herman Cain a liar who is not willing to take responsibility for his actions. […]
This semester I am teaching a doctoral seminar on the important questions and trends related to media, technology and democracy. In this post, I introduce several major topics and provide […]
The Republican Party owns hate speech in America the way Bill Gates owns Microsoft. But by the end of the day, what’s left of Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords life will be […]