What if a test could identify young men who were nearly 50% more likely than their peers to become violent criminals? Scientists say they have found such a test – and you can take it with two fingers a
Madison Grant (Yale College 1887, Columbia Law School) liked to be photographed with a fedora, or just his dauntingly long head, tilted about thirty degrees to the right. He belonged, like his political
In the United States, our most successful demagogues have often become so by making skillful use of whatever the newest media was at the time. Charles Coughlin, the Catholic priest who railed against and
How you arrange the plot points of your life into a narrative can shape who you are—and is a fundamental part of being human. In Paul Murray's novel Skippy Dies, there’s a point where the main character,
I don’t know about you, but I’m grateful to Donald Trump for one thing. He’s made the first official Republican Presidential debate, which will take place on Thursday night, at Cleveland’s Quicken Loans
Weird & Wild Scientists have sussed out the chemical secret of these bright summertime beetles—and it may someday improve human health, a new study says. Think of the firefly abdomen like a black box bioluminescence.
It was late morning on Aug. 29, 2005, and William Morgan’s home was rapidly filling with water. Hurricane Katrina, one of the deadliest storms in U.S. history, lashed his New Orleans neighborhood with
Darren Wilson was not indicted for shooting Michael Brown. Many people question whether justice was done. Darren Wilson, the former police officer who shot and killed Michael Brown, an eighteen-year-old