WARNING: Spoilers for Star Wars: The Last Jedi And Rogue One below. Some of the nerdiest (and most wonderful) things about Star Wars are the arguments that spring up over the slightest little minutia the
Brian Greene, professor of physics and mathematics at Columbia University and co-founder of the World Science Festival, explains what we know about time travel so far. Following is a transcript of the
Eli J. Finkel, a professor at Northwestern University and the author of "The All-or-Nothing Marriage," explains how to maintain fiery passion in a relationship. Following is a transcript of the video.
ENKOPING, Sweden — The discovery of Arabic characters that spell “Allah” and “Ali” on Viking funeral costumes in boat graves in Sweden has raised questions about the influence of Islam in Scandinavia.
“Today my first meal was a little bit of salad with tomatoes, cucumbers, and some shredded chicken dressed in this spicy vinaigrette, with some tahini and a piece of bread.” If Sarah Hymanson’s version
Newly released documents from long-secret Kennedy assassination files raise startling questions about what top agency officials knew and when they knew it. After the assassination of President John F.
With the sequel to his blockbuster documentary An Inconvenient Truth about to be released, Al Gore tells Carole Cadwalladr how his role at the forefront of the fight against climate change consumes his
Think of this as your starting point to the most epic cross-country trip ever. If you've ever done a road trip across the U.S., you've probably stepped away thinking: How can one country look like that?
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Being friendly is in dogs' nature and could be key to how they came to share our lives, say US scientists. Dogs evolved from wolves tens of thousands of years ago. During this time, certain genes that
The island chain is largely known as the Canadian Galápagos for its wildlife. “Yes, I know it,” my Vancouver cab driver said when I asked him about Haida Gwaii, the torch-shaped archipelago flung some
Anthropologist Dario Piombino-Mascali discovers lessons for modern medicine among remains of 23 preserved people The crypt under the Dominican Church of the Holy Spirit in the heart of Vilnius has a vivid
Timid mice turn bold after their ‘alpha’ circuit is stimulated as results show ‘winner effect’ lingers on and mechanism may be similar in humans Brash, brawny and keen to impose their will on anyone who