The belief that openness to people from around the world is essential is widely shared across most demographic groups.
A new book by presidential historian Doris Kearns Goodwin compares the leadership decisions of Abraham Lincoln, Theodore Roosevelt, Franklin D. Roosevelt and Lyndon Johnson.
Openly is a new source of LGBT+ content, in a media environment where the topic is often under-reported and confined to niche or regional outlets.
Storytelling and communication are vital skills in the modern economy.
From discussing failure to 'culture cafes', there are many ways research organizations can foster a culture that brings the best out of every individual.
New research shows that pride developed as a means to show others our worth.
A philosopher discusses the consequences of living forever.
Unemployed people tend to have worse health and wellbeing. The high value we place on paid work could be part of the problem.
Sentience could open a gateway to a whole new type of robotic rights.
Ancient Greek philosophers made their arguments based on the moral status of animals themselves. Where do we stand 2,000 years later?
New research looks at the reasons why Americans do - and don't - attend religious services.
The mystery of death can be the scariest thing to a child.
Human beings look negatively on people who make them look bad.
Grabar-Kitarović supported her team during their successes and defeats.
Language has a huge impact on how we perceive the world.