When he was asked this week why Black people are "still dying at the hands of law enforcement" in the U.S., President Donald Trump responded by focusing on white people who had been killed by police.
Being the strongest, biggest and most aggressive individual in a group might make you dominant, but it doesn't mean you make all the decisions. A new study of fish behavior published in the Proceedings of...
From climate and biodiversity to public health and law enforcement, public goods benefit all. They are produced or maintained through widespread participation in public-goods provision that is vulnerable to low participation rates. Avoiding this vulnerability has spurred...
A new study by UCLA professors offers a new way to understand how unfounded conspiracy theories emerge online. The research, which combines sophisticated artificial intelligence and a deep knowledge of how folklore is structured, explains how unrelated...
When it comes to education and mentorship, Northwestern University researchers believe that Albert Einstein had the right idea. The most important aspect of teaching, Einstein thought, isn't relaying facts but imparting tacit knowledge that students will build...
Men are more prone to competitive risk taking and violent behavior, so what happens when the number of men is greater than the number of women in a population?   According to research by Florida...
Income inequality may be linked to how often people French kiss, according to a worldwide study by Abertay University. The cross-cultural research involved 2,300 participants from 13 different countries across six continents.
Humans began developing a complex culture as early as the Stone Age. This development was brought about by social interactions between various groups of hunters and gatherers, a UZH study has now confirmed. The researchers mapped the...
War potentially creates a 'boys' club' where men help each other more than they help women, according to new research carried out at the University of St Andrews. A team of researchers at the...
Parents often put their own relationship on the back burner to concentrate on their children, but a new study shows that when spouses love each other, children stay in school longer and marry later in life.
Australia is enduring a horror bushfire season, made worse by a severe drought in the eastern states, and many Australians are lamenting the cruel and fickle hand of nature. A year ago, almost to...