It's all about the Benjamins.
Students who get a lot of exercise perform better academically. But competitive varsity sports limit the availability of rigorous activity in schools.
There's such a thing as going too far, but team mascots are supposed to be offensive.
A new study, which attempts to correct for problems with current survey methodology (even when anonymous we don't always answer honestly), finds that 19 percent of Americans don't consider themselves heterosexual.
And why it doesn't really matter if he was 500 years too late.
The history of citizen ownership of firearms isn’t just about protection against tyranny; it’s also about forcing subjects to defend tyranny.
Not really, no. So why, then, do we bother to listen to his speeches?
Research reveals that animals are gaining weight, too.
Russian legislators have said they will enforce new anti-gay laws during the 2014 Sochi Winter Olympics, but the ancient athletic games started out as little more than a gigantic festival of homoerotic excess.
How did we come to decide that relationships between professors and students are almost always wrong?
His place in the polls continues to drop, but is there hope yet for Anthony Weiner? Research indicates that many politicians tainted by scandal get elected anyway.
The Catholic Church changes its teachings all the time.
At least one scholar's research indicates drug use was fairly common in ancient Greece and Rome.
Research shows that married women who don't take their husbands' names are more successful than those who do because others judge them to be more intelligent, competent, and ambitious.
Research clearly shows that even “nice" people can be racist.
Superman's story is one of America's most retold because, as this country's most famous and beloved character, he's a mirror through which we see ourselves.
The surprising history—from food for the poor, servants, and prisoners to a soldier's staple to everybody's idea of a delicacy—of "the cockroach of the ocean." Or, one of the most remarkable rebrandings in product history.
Enthusiasm for the clothes of The Great Gatsby don’t indicate blindness toward the tragedy of the story. The tragedy is part of the appeal.