Why do these kinds of scandals so rarely happen with female politicians?
Coffee is officially off the vice list as new studies show health benefits for ailments ranging from cancer to Parkinson's
New science suggests it might be possible to free ourselves of mental burdens—but would doing so destroy who we are?
A study finds that the sexes interpret the world differently, with men more likely to judge it in black-and-white terms
In the early hours on this morning both 150 and 50 years ago, the opening volleys of two different wars were launched -- America's Civil War and manned spaceflight
New research from London suggests we have different brain structures based on our political leanings
A new study from the U.K. confirms the conventional wisdom: friends and exercise make us happy. But it also shows how unhappy people drag us down.
A new conservative TV channel ignites controversy over whether to legislate honesty
Forty years ago, the Deltoid Pumpkin Seed completed its only successful flight -- but the idea of hybrid airships lives on with an Army contract and a Lockheed-Martin project
Helmets seem like wise idea, but the athletes who wear them may behave more recklessly than ever
Why is the U.S. so much more attached to civilian ownership of firearms than other countries?
Geraldine Doyle, the unwitting model for the "We Can Do It!" poster, died this past weekend. A look at how she affected society.
Performances from aging icons over the holiday weekend remind us of the value of reflecting on the past even in the New Year