Though Wells and Orwell were debating in the era of Nazism, many of their arguments reverberate today in contemporary debates over science and policy.
New research suggests parents may hold the key to fidelity.
Perhaps it is time to reevaluate your conservation goals, and revisit SeaWorld.
An awareness that pragmatism, not hypocrisy, runs both left and right should open an avenue for productive conversation among Americans across the spectrum.
A new study conducted by researchers at Vanderbilt University found that gay men make considerably more than straight men, on average.
An identity is not biological, it is psychological, a pediatrician writes.
Euphemisms build walls around political tribes and inhibit actual communication.
Cannabis growers know something that climate scientists apparently don’t know.
The World Medical Association added language to the Physician's Oath calling on doctors to 'respect the autonomy and dignity' of patients who identify as transgender.
Former President Barack Obama, during a visit to India, said "there’s no way" to bridge differences with climate change skeptics.
A new Gallup poll reveals a troubling trend in the U.S.: Americans are detached from reality.
Reducing the prison population requires a deeper understanding of what drives "the revolving door," two academics say.
Harvard-educated author and self-described "lie spotter" Pamela Meyer says spotting lies is not that hard--if you know what signs to look for.
It isn’t uncommon for scientists to try to use philosophers for target practice.
If the father is the natural intermediary between the child and the world as a result of the biological differences between the mother and the father, then that is not a role to toss aside lightly.
Are we doomed to mix politics and climate science?
Many of Hollywood's brightest stars have been accused of what a sex therapist calls ‘eroticized rage’.
Joshua Sutcliffe, a Christian pastor from Oxford, admitted he said 'Well done girls' when addressing a group that included a transgender student.
The urge to check social media is now stronger than the urge for sex, a recent study found.
“You think that their emotional problems are going to get better by giving them estrogen, fine. That’s called optimism. It’s not called scientific method."
European and American men report the same primary reason for cheating. And it has nothing to do with marital happiness or contentment.
What the Piltdown Man hoax from 1912 can teach science today.
The surprising benefits of sadness.
The question of whether a God exists is heating up in the 21st century.
Science isn’t inherently associated with liberal or conservative viewpoints, but tribal politics does influence how people think about science.
In some universities, academics are waging a flat-out war on reality.
A new paper seems to ignore recent climate models in order to proclaim that global warming is on the rise.
New scientific findings show that men and women have huge genetic differences previously unknown.