Benjamin Netanyahu wasn't ousted just for typical political reasons, such as other politicians' ambitions or grievances. He was thrown out because he was seen as a threat to democracy.
The ubiquity of mobile phones is a defining feature of the 21st century, but it's been possible to place a phone call on the go since shortly after World War II.
Ford's electric F-150 pickup won't roll off assembly lines until early 2022, but the company has received thousands of preorders already for a vehicle aimed at the mass market, not eco-buyers.
Scientists studied charcoal layers in the sediment of lake beds across the Rockies to track fires over time. They found increasing fire activity as the climate warmed.
Normally, giving declines when the economy contracts. But charitable donations grew anyway, two researchers explain.
Custom fabrication involves taking measurements, choosing tools, deciding on sequences of steps and ordering from a menu of materials. AIs under development promise to take humans out of the loop.
Pitchers in Major League Baseball have been striking out more batters than ever, and some people say it's because they're adding sticky stuff to the balls.
This year summer schools will have to figure out how to tend to the emotional and academic needs of students coming out of remote learning.
A large proportion of scientific research on coronaviruses is carried out in countries with no oversight of experiments designed to make pathogens more deadly.
When students feel their classrooms are supportive and fair, they behave better, a survey in Brazil found.
The plight of residents in the Sheikh Jarrah neighborhood of east Jerusalem highlights a history of Palestinians' claims to land being ignored, argues a scholar of the Ottoman Empire.
The SBC is meeting amid divisions, controversy and dwindling numbers. But in pushing rhetoric over its theological mission, the denomination is tapping into a history of white supremacy.
Because any two consenting adults can get married in the US, a platonic marriage could pretty easily be pulled off. Legally speaking, though, it's a sham.
A recent Title IX lawsuit alleges discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation at religious schools. Two scholars argue that this might be a pivotal moment.
A recent federal court ruling appeared to expand Second Amendment rights to private citizen militias, which a historian of early America explains is not what the founders intended.