Full story - January 08, 2020
A wildlife rescuer carries a Koala.
Koala's are one of Australia's most threatened species despite the fact that they are an icon of Australian tourism. Kevin Markwell, a Professor in Tourism at Southern Cross University, explains what the future could hold for koalas after Australia's deadly fire season.
Full story - January 07, 2020
A close up of a man on a green background
Directly linking climate change with aggression and mass migration risks dehumanizing those vulnerable to environmental stresses, and casts their attempts to escape a problem caused by mainly rich nations as a security threat. It promotes fear and isolation, rather than compassion and assistance.
Full story - January 06, 2020
Converting aging paper documents to digital archives can be a painstaking effort. 
Technological advances help scholars and archivists do a better job of preserving historical records — but it's not always easy.
Full story - December 30, 2019
Based on research, here's a potential solution to the problem of New Year’s resolutions that people can’t keep: encouraging people to reframe their resolutions to emphasize purpose-based performance.
Full story - December 23, 2019
People look at a visualization on a wall
Who’s manipulating what you know before you vote?
Full story - December 23, 2019
Several people in coats stand around a giant button
Depending on the year and place, between 30% and 40% fewer babies are born on Dec. 25 than on the peak day of the year.
Full story - December 19, 2019
A decorative ornament on sale at the White House of the Confederacy.
Take a good look at those old Christmas ornaments before hanging them on the tree. You may find it's time to retire some family keepsakes.
Full story - December 19, 2019
Mitch McConnell
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell is known as a master of Senate rules. Now that the House has impeached President Donald Trump, what will he do to influence the process — and outcome — of a trial?
Full story - December 18, 2019
China surveillance camera
China's social credit system has been described as a "dystopian nightmare straight out of 'Black Mirror'," but many citizens think it will help fight fraud and bring about a better society.
Full story - December 17, 2019
Gift wrapping
Americans spend a lot of money on gift wrapping supplies and a lot of time of carefully wrapping their gifts. Science says we probably don't need to.