French economist Thomas Piketty's new book, "Capital in the Twenty-First Century," is not only No. 1 on Amazon.com, but is stirring up controversy like few economists ever have.
The resignation of Mozilla CEO Brendan Eich over his contribution to a winning 2008 California ballot proposition spurred an open letter by 58 prominent gay marriage supporters calling for tolerance and openness to diverse opinions on the issue.
Dream jobs seem like the right thing to shoot for. But are those occupations really all that dreamy?
Google announced Wednesday that a new feature on Google Street View will allow users to scroll through archived images so they can see how an area has developed over the years.
Americans will face many issues as their parents age, including what it means to honor a parent's wishes about the end of life. They will wrestle with which promises to keep and when it is okay - or even necessary - to break one.
The American Journal of Psychiatry published new findings revealing mental and emotional damage caused by bullying can create health problems later in life.
The masterful Bard would be 405 today, and his legacy lives in the myriad words and phrases he invented that he still uses today.
It's impossible to work through college and pay tuition as you go, at least according to one Ph.D. student in Michigan.
The New Jersey lawsuit against the use of the words "Under God" in the Pledge of Allegiance is just the latest in a seemingly perennial string of such complaints.
When we make deliberate choices with our resources, we create, either consciously or subconsciously, a family culture. We communicate to our children that certain things are important while others take a back seat.
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