Mass Shootings Aren’t Growing More Common – and Evidence Contradicts Common Stereotypes About the Killers
When 22 people were killed in El Paso, Texas, and nine more were killed in Dayton, Ohio, roughly 12 hours later, responses to the tragedy included many of the same myths and stereotypes Americans have grown used to hearing in the wake of a mass shooting.
For their unorthodox views, some physicians are being treated as medical heretics. Google’s search engine algorithm has essentially ended traffic to their websites.
We must look back at Nagasaki and Hiroshima, and say, “Never again.”
Before you choose to birth strike for the uncertain good of the planet, it might be wise to consider these almost-certain truths.
Online video is contributing to both moral and environmental pollution.
It is not only the medical community who have been ignorant in diagnosing the disease. Family and friends have a hard time visualizing the symptoms of Lyme, and thus have a difficulty understanding the true debilitating nature of the illness.
Robotic pets will doubtless be delightful. But they may sharpen rather than blunt our increasing isolation.
Why Jordan Peterson's Thinkspot may become a refuge for dissenters.
“Contraceptives are the greatest life-saving, poverty-ending, women-empowering innovation ever created.”
As he took his first steps, he uttered words that would be written into history books for generations to come: “That’s one small step for man. One giant leap for mankind.”
Natural fertility takes over the App Store.
Statistics show there may exist more Good Samaritans than many believe, thus forcing us to rethink the Bystander Effect.
Here are seven highlights from her campaign and time in Congress over the past year.
When the theory exploded onto the scene in 1927 (first proposed, by the way, by Catholic priest and astronomer Georges Lemaître), it was seen as a blow to atheists and a vindication of Christianity.
Every once in a while, a news story pops up that should break our hearts. That, or make us retch.
Underneath its unoriginal premise, a Netflix show toys with the idea of giving the human race a complete reset.
Even if most of us are still using plastic drinking straws and driving gas-guzzlers, the words of the prophet from Stockholm have not fallen on dry ground.
There is a categorical difference between sending your children to the best school you can afford, for example, and altering their genetic code.
It should not be surprising that if social animals such as humans live alone, this will have a negative impact on their mental health.
There seems to be a wide gap between clinical practice and the research on which it should be based.
Greta and other Western children are given to understand that human beings — they themselves — are the problem.
When someone talks about someone having "rights," what do they mean?
The American Academy of Pediatrics has unfortunately taken a major step that, if not reversed, will undermine that trust.
If Darwinism was true, did it need to be touted as “still true?”
In all likelihood, assisted dying patients will have to take their chances, along with those tormented prisoners on gurneys in American prisons.
So, while journalists like to talk about how many people climate change will supposedly kill this year, the fact remains that the net gains in life expectancy continue to be positive.
Is it time we "affirm the knight"?
Maybe some day, scientists will evolve into philosophers. Only then will they be able to tell what the real difference between animals and humans is