It was 'the Good War,' the 'war to end all wars.' So why has World War I been largely forgotten by Americans?
Consumidores de medios de comunicación reflexionan sobre tres trampas estadísticas que pueden marcar la diferencia entre una noticia que cambiará el mundo y la publicidad engañosa.
Mass shootings bring terror in ways that people watching from afar can only imagine. And yet, society at large is affected, a trauma psychiatrist writes.
But many new governors and members of Congress intend to take action on climate change.
Daaim Shabazz, an international business professor and chess journalist, explains what's at stake as American grandmaster Fabiano Caruana fights for the World Chess Championship in London this month.
A resonance theory of consciousness suggests that the way all matter vibrates, and the tendency for those vibrations to sync up, might be a way to answer the so-called 'hard problem' of consciousness.
Physician Magnus Hirschfeld advocated for those he called 'sexual intermediaries.' His activism began before World War I - and ended only when the Nazis came to power.
With the World Chess Championship set to begin Nov. 9 in London, Alexey Root, who teaches online courses about chess in education, tackles some myths and unknowns about the royal game.
He was a champion for 'law and order' policies at the highest level.
Millions of American flags come from China. Yet despite being symbols of patriotism, they're not among the products subject to new tariffs imposed by the Trump administration.
Climate change is shrinking Arctic sea ice and opening the region to ship traffic. Whales, seals and other marine mammals could be at risk unless nations adopt rules to protect them.
Research shows that women work more collaboratively than men in groups and create more inclusive solutions to thorny problems. More women in Washington could bridge America's yawning partisan divide.
Chinese customers spend billions on Nov. 11. Why, and what does it mean for the global retail marketplace?
Big city mayors with serious commitments to limiting greenhouse gases did well at the polls on Tuesday.
In the next Congress, white men will make up 60 percent of the House and 71 percent of the Senate – a historic low.
Veterans of past wars have long been at the forefront of peace advocacy in the United States.
For many health professionals, daily practice increasingly resembles trench warfare, which took a grave toll on WWI's soldiers.
La alta participación política latina en las elecciones legislativas de EEUU demostró que estos votantes apoyará a las campañas que abordan los problemas que les preocupan, una gran lección para 2020.
There has been outrage over the release of a Christian woman accused of blasphemy in Pakistan. An expert explains how blasphemy laws are hardly obsolete throughout the West.
A higher education professor explains the complex rules behind Public Service Loan Forgiveness, a program meant to provide debt relief to student loan borrowers who went into public service jobs.
A key part of preventing secondary medical problems from diabetes involves glucose monitoring. For National Diabetes Month, a researcher describes her work on a self-powered monitor.
One-third of roads in the U.S. are unpaved; plenty more have faded or obscured road markings. Today's self-driving vehicles can't go on them, and will need new algorithms to handle those conditions.
After a year of headlines and ousted CEOs, Congress has yet to pass a single piece of legislation on sexual harassment – let alone hold a hearing. That will change come January.
A survey shows the newest generation on the voting block is extremely cynical, and that drove record numbers of them out to vote.
Voters listed health care as one of their biggest concerns in the midterm elections. Were their concerns addressed? The results are mixed.