Saudi Arabia ended a 35-year ban on cinemas, pointing to the Crown Prince’s hopes for modernization.
Nine out of 10 Americans will celebrate Christmas this year, but fewer people will mark it as a religious holiday
Developmental psychology suggests that fantastical beliefs in children are associated with positive developmental outcomes.
At first, holiday music can be uplifting, but after a certain period of time, it can cause boredom — and even distress.
It is apparent that fairy tales are still needed today, even for grown-ups.
New research from a group of psychologists at SUNY Buffalo shows that not all types of social withdrawal are detrimental, and may boost creativity.
On World Cities Day, we take a fresh look at the league table of metropolitan magnetism and urban influence.
This year, despite death threats, the women of Zohra embarked on their first international tour. Now a new interactive website invites you along.
Diplomats and designers increasingly take on the same challenges, but are rarely in conversation. In this interview, senior figures from both fields share their views on how we should rea...
Collisions tells the true story of an Aboriginal Australian who witnesses a nuclear test.
A new generation of Indian directors are upending Bollywood norms by making movies that explore and satirize India's social and political reality. Here are five of the best.
This summer saw a major success for a female-fronted, female-directed blockbuster film. It's the latest in a line of other groundbreaking works.
Exploring why some music thrives, while other musical traditions are on the verge of disappearing.
Robert Hart looks at the legal issues surrounding AI ownership and copyright.
Set for March 25, Kosovo's match against Iceland is more about international recognition than football.