Why doesn't the U.S. generate more electricity from wind?
A new book from the former editor of El Mundo describes a culture of corruption in Spain's press. In exchange for favorable coverage of politicians and corporations, bribes.
The beads are made from red-deer teeth, sourced from 63 individual deer.
Andrew Yang argues that the Alaska Permanent Fund shows the path to implementing a nationwide universal basic income.
Average waiting time for hitchhikers in Ireland: Less than 30 minutes. In southern Spain: More than 90 minutes.
Sobering accounts from one of the most pivotal battles in world history.
Notre Dame was almost torched in 1871, when Communards set Paris' major buildings ablaze.
Despite the negative rhetoric, Europeans are getting more liberal about immigration.
Where would you go if you could go anywhere?
The lack of tall, strong oak trees poses something of a problem for the restoration effort.
Experts argue the jaws of an ancient European ape reveal a key human ancestor.
Digitally recording historical sites could serve as insurance in the case of disaster.
Polls show that more Americans today define socialism as an ideology of "equality" than one espousing government control of the economy.
Lasers could cut lifespan of nuclear waste from “a million years to 30 minutes,” says Nobel laureate
Physicist plans to karate-chop them with super-fast blasts of light.
Both panoramic and detailed, this infographic manages to show both the size and distribution of world religions.
In the face of seemingly unstoppable gun violence, Americans could stand to gain by looking to the Swiss.
Over 100 new pages of Einstein's writings, including long-lost calculations, have been made public.
Finland's recent decline in international test scores has led many to question whether its education system is truly the best.
Two space agencies plan missions to deflect an asteroid.
Finland and the U.S. have chosen opposing answers to the question of how much standardized testing is too much.