The National Park Service is more than land preservation, it is a place where people—no matter their background—can gather over a shared value.
Can someone be a religious person and violently act in the name of a faith? That depends on who you ask.
Are humans basically good? Not necessarily when an authority is present.
Protesting the Trump administration isn’t the only one way to defend science—another is to celebrate it.
If you want to win a debate on Facebook, then be sure to use the worst font possible.
Fake news can lead to more than gullible sharing on social media, it may result in shootings. But what can we do about it?
With Trump winning the Electoral College and Clinton the popular vote, we live in a superimposition of moral states. We can’t know, just yet, whether Schrödinger’s America is dead or alive.
According to a recent study, positive emotions spread faster than negative emotions online. Have they met the Internet?
Donald Trump said Fiorina’s voice gave him a migraine. A new study shows that might be because he’s a knuckle-dragging caveman.
A full 22 percent of the world’s countries have laws against blasphemy, controlling freedom of religion, speech, press, assembly, and petition with the threat of prison, fines, or death.
Approximately 23% of Americans are religiously unaffiliated, but the unaffiliated in congress are essentially non-existent.