U.S. population growth is at an 80 year low.
It all comes down to two things, says an Iraqi-born writer.
Popular culture often overlooks that MLK's ideas and rhetoric were steeped in the Western tradition.
A bombshell intelligence report published Tuesday will leave some people embarrassed. Will it be Trump or the media and CIA?
It is the Kremlin’s principal international propaganda outlet, say intelligence officials. So what?
France thinks it's the parents, not the kids, who need an attitude adjustment.
A few interesting discoveries you may have missed this year.
Ivy League students removed a hallway portrait of William Shakespeare (too white) and replaced it with a photo of black lesbian activist.
A 400-year-old lesson in realpolitik.
While working as a journalist during the Second World War, Orwell penned a review of Hitler’s Mein Kampf.
Once upon a time, in a far away land, Santa Claus gave way to Ded Moroz or “Old Man Frost.”
Modern plutocracy, whether it be in Europe or the United States, should not be allowed to continue wearing the label of “democracy”.
Originally he had intended to write a pamphlet called “An Appeal to the People of England, on Behalf of the Poor Man's Child.”
“It’s high time ‘generation snowflake’ emerged from this regressive darkness,” she says.
Compelling evidence suggests that the discovery of brewing led to farming in the prehistoric world.
Are we hypocritical for celebrating Christmas?
The question gets to the heart of a fundamental theological difference between Christianity and Islam.
Scores from the 2015 PISA exam are in, and the results are not encouraging for Americans.
Writers at left-leaning media companies this week slammed the paper over its 'shameful and disgusting' black list story.
Castro’s own daughter sought asylum in the United States and denounced her father as “a tyrant.”
Does the ancient Greek philosopher offer a new way forward?
There has been a lot chatter on the subject of late.
What if Hitler was neither Christian nor an atheist but still religious in his worldview?
The Finnish education system attributes part of its success to more recess and greater teacher autonomy.
There is a slippery slope from intolerance, to discrimination, to hate crimes and hate speech.
Between 1949 and 1959, the per capita GDP in Cuba barely changed.
In order to answer the question, we need to know the difference between what Shakespeare said and what Shakespeare wrote.
Do we too often prevent young people from accomplishing great things at early ages when we consign them to institutionalized schooling?