Powerful new quantitative tools are now available to combat partisan bias in the drawing of voting districts.
Some lessons from the health community’s long battle with misinformation.
For more than a century, the Girl Scouts has been the most well-trod path for junior explorers to get into adventure. But what comes after the Thin Mints and craft badges is a troop for sisterhood, winter camping, and some serious archery.
Disillusioned with fine dining, one of the world’s great chefs took on fast food. It has been harder than he ever imagined.
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No need to go to Africa to see animals close up. By creating towns, man has created new habitats. Some animals escaped back into the wild, others have continued to breed and live around us…
Stunning images taken from a plane's cockpit.
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One man's 13-year mission to correct punctuation mistakes on public signs.
For Caroline Weaver the humble pencil has provided not only a business—celebrating its two-year anniversary this March—but a book as well, a history of the pencil entitled The Pencil Perfect.
Scientists from the LEAD Graduate School and Research Network at the University of Tübingen have now studied whether more advanced math lessons at high schools actually encourages women to pursue STEM careers.
A University of Washington professor started studying social networks to help people respond to disasters. But she got dragged down a rabbit hole of twitter-boosted conspiracy theories, and ended up mapping our political moment
In 1963 Valentina Tereshkova became the first woman to go into space. On her 80th birthday, she looks back at a lifetime of immense political change
Last week I turned 30. Unlike most people, I do like getting older. 10 years ago, I was a complete idiot.