Democrats are betting on a diversifying electorate to secure their party's future, but second-generation Latinos won’t willingly accept a deeply unequal society.
Early evidence suggests that treatment has a ripple effect in families.
The change may be the biggest help to low-income students of color, who are disproportionately likely to have been convicted of a crime.
Netflix's "Insatiable" and AMC's "Dietland" both feature fat heroines who are bullied for their body types. But they're very different shows.
A massive new study of online dating finds that everyone dates aspirationally — and that a woman's desirability peaks 32 years before a man's does.
A Princeton geologist has endured decades of ridicule for arguing that the fifth extinction was caused not by an asteroid but by a series of colossal volcanic eruptions.
Fox News anchors and high-profile politicians are now openly pushing the racism of the alt-right. The fringe movement's messages have permeated the mainstream Republican Party.
A multibillion-dollar industry is pushing an array of expensive technologies with the message that any campus could be next.
Humanity must learn to find meaning without relying on gods or extraterrestrials.
The country's labor policies, and a tight job market, have some people cobbling together 70-hour work weeks out of multiple jobs.
For the past 13 years, I've given the platform my photos, my videos, my likes and untold hours of my time. Sifting through it all was amusing and surprising — and weirdly sad.
Across the vastness of Russia — the world's largest country, at some 6.6 million square miles — and over the span of its long history, countless houses, factories, churches, villages, military bases and other structures have been built and then left behind.
It can even serve as an early-warning system for fraud.
Ido Portal teaches famous athletes how to use their bodies in entirely new ways. But is it all snake oil?
The Harrison Ford-starring thriller represents the best of a genre that has faded: the character-driven action movie for adults.
A long-running inferiority complex, vast statutory power, a chilling new directive from the top — inside America's unfolding immigration tragedy.
Trump's claim that journalists can incite conflict isn't borne out by the historical evidence.
Science suggests we're hardwired to delude ourselves. Can we do anything about it?
In his debut book, Nick Pyenson sets out to place whales within a natural history of ancient environments and to predict how whale species will respond to burgeoning ecological pressures.
The systems that have for so long helped to enforce the notion of collective truth in America are no longer sufficient: Deception is everywhere. And it is dangerous.