Even if we respond well to silly little rewards or birds smashing against castle walls, video games do not operate like life
If someone's acts are a result of an uncontrollable illness, can they still be subject to the death penalty?
America may be a melting pot, but as different cultures integrate they still have to assimilate to our country's "authentic" identity
What drives people to associate their politics with extreme values?
Army veteran Mike Ehredt is jogging over 4,000 miles to commemorate soldier's deaths in Iraq and Afghanistan
A recent Mayo Clinic study links burnout with unethical behavior. Medical schools should reorganize curricula to grapple with this issue.
A recent American Medical Association study indicates that city living has a correlation with some serious psychiatric disorders
A teen's questioning of the Koran burning prompts a look into why so many resist the chance to be better informed
Locally grown isn't the only kind of local. As society changes, a community's restaurants matter just as much.
With his launch of the Kestrel Aircraft Company, will this entrepreneur show he has enough passion to transform the aviation industry?
Why businesses should fear well-rounded MBA grads
What the global sport says about our need for a tribal identity, and the larger hesitance to connect to other cultures
It's time to nip the budding practice of naming dozens of valedictorians at once
The more options we have, the harder it is to pick one. What does this mean for the way we consume the news?
The activists on the Mavi Marmara accepted conflict and violence to achieve their objectives, but then where does it end?
A whole set of psychological factors frustrate our efforts to prevent disasters like the Gulf oil spill
The self-tracking movement is growing even as experts dramatically rethink their love affair with data analysis
Elena Kagan's sexuality is just one factor in a Pandora's Box of potential personal influences every judge harbors
People try to rate restaurants, music, and television shows by how true they are to the cities they represent. What's behind this search for authenticity?