At 18, Eric Udorie's written about gender rights-related topics for major publications including the Guardian, New Statesman, Fusion.
The technology has its roots in 1950s Soviet Russia.
Although inventing the bra was barely an adolescent pit stop on Mary Phelps Jacobs' glamorous trajectory, it did suggest what she would get up to next.
Ruth Graves Wakefield, the woman who invented the chocolate chip cookie, was something closer to the Martha Stewart of her day.
Boats were, in fact, a proposed alternative solution.
Safford is committed to applying her talents and work ethic to a noble and necessary goal: using policy to change the way we think about human existence.
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The Jalada literary collective has a radical mission: an ongoing translation effort to unite— and elevate—African literature.
John Lott is a one-man pro-gun research machine whose work has been cited nearly 200 times by the National Rifle Association. The problem? Many of his peers have major misgivings about his methods.
Goseong, South Korea: A South Korean soldier looks over the DMZ from a guard position on top of Observation Post 717, on the edge of the North Korean border.
Delicate Arch is the most famous rock formation in Arches National Park—and, almost certainly, in the entire state of Utah.
Exploring the rising tensions between Chicago police and citizens.
Parents are more comfortable with corporal punishment when gentler language is used to describe it.
Stuck inside our heads, we all know how much we're watching others, but fail to grasp just how much everyone else is watching us.