To the famous composer, the gun serves not as a tool of self-defense, but as an instrument of self-expression and self-realization.
China has a tendency to underpromise so it can overdeliver. The UN climate summit in Glasgow may have been the crossroad where it chose a more sustainable path.
A journalist’s role is to serve the public interest. But CNN anchor Chris Cuomo, by helping his brother, New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo during a scandal, put personal interests above the public’s.
An estimated 8 million metric tons of plastic waste enters the ocean each year – equivalent to dumping in a garbage truckload of it every minute. A new report calls on the US to help stem the deluge.
The iconic image may have originated with a meat supplier named Samuel Wilson. Or not.
The surprise attack on Hawaii brought unimaginable suffering and led to further horror. Eight decades later, we must never forget.
Spoiler alert: Stolen guns arm criminals, and limiting gun carrying outside the home reduces violent crime.
New research shows people experience the ‘endowment effect’ of valuing an object more when they can touch it, even in virtual settings.
When staff members learn how to acknowledge and talk about their social differences, nonprofits can get better at developing strategies, forming alliances and mobilizing people, a recent study found.
Studying the lower back allows researchers to understand how the species’ anatomy was adapted for different kinds of movement.
In their press rounds, director Peter Jackson and Paul McCartney have been eager to recast the legacy of the band’s final years.
Stanford researcher Lucy Bernholz is re-imagining what philanthropy looks like and is trying to understand how average people create, fund and distribute shared social goods in the digital age.
Black American women have disproportionate HIV infection rates – in part because of systemic and structural racism in the health care system.
New research shows technologies like pregnancy apps do not account for pregnancy loss 72% of the time, causing real harm to users.
States have widely different track records on expanding broadband internet access. Here are the ones that could struggle to handle the federal funds coming their way.
In past rulings, the court has acknowledged that there’s a connection between the ability of women to control their reproductive lives and the economic health of the nation.
As many as two-thirds of couples do it.
School shootings are typically preceded by a series of warning signs. Are educators, police and policymakers paying enough attention?
Family courts’ hostility – both in the US and abroad – toward claims of paternal or spousal abuse has been widely reported. Now there’s an in-depth study that documents that hostility.