A new study shows imagining future success can help with facing everyday challenges for low-income college students.
For anyone who isn't a straight man, sexual education and the media can get sexuality wrong. Fan fiction is helping change that.
Adele Barker brought Noah home from Paraguay in 1987. Now, 28 years later, she’s not sure whose story is accurate. Can we ever really know?
Republicans talk about ideology and Democrats talk about groups—but they may be talking about the same thing.
One writer proposes a simple solution that shouldn't offend anyone.
We are almost never reluctant to share a drink with strangers, but sharing meals tends to be reserved for those to whom we wish to signal intimacy.
The European “right to be forgotten” could help protect U.S. citizens against blanket data surveillance.
What does identifying as an independent tell us about how somebody will vote? As it turns out, not much. Research suggests this is a (surprisingly large) group that’s focused more on image than policy.
An expert on electronic privacy walks through the possibilities and perils on a national online security system designed, in part, by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security.