Watching a clip of Lil Bub or Grumpy Cat may give you a quick mood boost to get you through a tough workday.
Why are atheists deemed as untrustworthy as rapists?
Blacks need allies, not avatars.
Good pitching technique is often debated, but there may be subtle 'tells' in a pitcher's motion that indicate increased stress on the joints.
The Appalachia of the West's gritty landscape is an ideal setting for the popular series' second season.
A "Pleistocene Park" might be a more realistic scenario.
Why is so much attention being given to making average white males feel better about themselves?
Parents want to simultaneously support and push their kids. But when it comes to sports, this mentality can backfire in subtle ways.
The Women's World Cup has become a hugely popular, global event. But what's happening at the club level?
What happened to "a penny saved is a penny earned?"
For 50 years, country music executives in Nashville have tried to dilute the genre's rich, diverse history.
Caitlyn Jenner evokes Demi Moore's controversial 1991 Vanity Fair cover shoot, done when pregnancy was something to be hidden.
In a $5 billion industry, there's no longer a level playing field.
When pro football players like Chris Borland quit, it should send a strong message to parents. But there are a host of issues, besides health, to consider.
When conspiracy theorists label games and literature "Satanic," what does it say about their own imaginations and ability to engage in play?
Shakespeare didn't 'lol,' but he did 'ha, ha, he.'
Transgender is a relatively new word. So when an academic seeks to create a transgender historical archive, complications abound.
Facebook earned $3.6 billion in ad revenue last year. According to recent research, for advertisers this might not be money well-spent.
László Moholy-Nagy used industrial plastics in his paintings. But for decades, the type of plastic had been misidentified.
The stakes are high for news outlets to raise revenue. Do paywalls have a future?
How do those who watch low-brow television shows rationalize their behavior? We found out.
Before being crowned the "King of the Blues," a young Riley King honed his on-stage persona and made crucial contacts as a radio DJ.
The use of logos is a relatively recent development in American campaigns. Now, they're more important than ever before.
The most simple form of adornment – a single piece of cloth – can be a signifier of status and wealth.
When bands "return to their roots," is it a genuine search, or a way to court critics and sell records?