For the first time, scientists can point to substantial empirical evidence that people with attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder have brain structures that differ from those of people without ADHD.
With Donald Trump ending 2015 well ahead in the Republican primary polls, the debate about what his candidacy represents is intensifying. Pointing to favorable remarks about Vladimir Putin that Trump recently,
For the first time in more than 60 years, firearms and automobiles are killing Americans at an identical rate, according to new mortality data released this month by the Centers for Disease Control and
Since the time of St. Paul, the conversion of the Jews has been, for many Christians, a longed-for mark of the end of history, the prelude to the Messianic Age. Last week, however, the Pontifical Commission
A few years ago, comedian Louis C.K. posted his comedy special for a ‘drastically low price’ of $5 on his website. In 12 hours, Louis earned $250,000. After 12 days, sales topped $1 million. A few days
It's time to switch the music off in order to rediscover its true value, says Roger Scruton. In almost every public place today the ears are assailed by the sound of pop music. In shopping malls, public
Physicists have spent decades trying to reconcile two very different theories. But is a winner about to emerge – and transform our understanding of everything from time to gravity? It is the biggest of
A Pew survey unpacked On Thursday, the Pew Research Center released a report titled “￼￼￼￼Teens, Technology, and Romantic Relationships.” This is the trifecta of things that media articles often cast as
Graphic designer Andrea Minini is adept at transforming clean, curving lines into elegant creatures. Through his vector illustrations, the artist conveys striking portraits of animals who are represented
Apple’s new wearable may or may not be a big hit. But either way, it’s a harbinger of a new class of truly personal devices whose users will demand customized experiences. News companies aren’t ready provide
The horrific Amtrak derailment outside Philadelphia this week set off some predictable uncertainty about what exactly had happened—a reckless motorman? An inadequate track? A missing mechanical device?
The neurologist’s new memoir, On the Move, is a celebration of the fullness of human experiences. When the celebrated neurologist and writer Oliver Sacks was a schoolboy, a teacher noted on his report
(Photo: Jemal Countess/Getty) Here's a list of universities with arguably the greatest computer science programs: Carnegie Mellon, MIT, UC Berkeley, and Stanford. These are the same places, respectively,