July
13,
2021
| 08:40 AM America/New_York
Although the two spacecraft launched in July 2021 will not reach orbit, the accomplishment of reaching space in private spacecraft is a major milestone in the history of humanity. 
July
06,
2021
| 08:10 AM America/New_York
Recent studies found that about half of the people we surveyed indicated that their upcoming weekend trip felt like it would end as soon as it started.
July
01,
2021
| 10:33 AM America/New_York
Artificially intelligent robotic technicians will seamlessly use multiple tools and techniques to build high-quality components where and when they are needed.
June
17,
2021
| 09:51 AM America/New_York
Students at Catholic colleges and universities begin their studies with more positive attitudes toward gay, lesbian and bisexual people than their peers at evangelical colleges and universities, our survey found.
June
16,
2021
| 08:41 AM America/New_York
There are healthy ways to manage body anxiety and cultivate a positive body image while reemerging from the pandemic.
June
14,
2021
| 08:57 AM America/New_York
We recently reviewed 437 studies of narcissism and aggression involving a total of over 123,000 participants and found narcissism is related to a 21% increase in aggression and an 18% increase in violence.
June
11,
2021
| 09:47 AM America/New_York
Sports journalists have extraordinary access that can inform fans’ understanding of the athletes and their performances, but they must do better if they are to remain relevant.
May
14,
2021
| 13:57 PM America/New_York
Through interviews, surveys and conversations with farmers, we have documented how household expenses like access to health care and child care undercut investments that could increase food production across the United States.
May
05,
2021
| 08:07 AM America/New_York
The United States is the only wealthy nation that doesn’t guarantee paid leave to mothers after they give birth or adopt a child. The vast majority of Americans would like to see that change.
April
21,
2021
| 09:54 AM America/New_York
Ohio State law professor Ric Simmons says the guilty verdicts in the Chauvin trial are extraordinary because past incidents of police lethal use of force against unarmed civilians have generally not resulted in criminal convictions.
March
26,
2021
| 10:27 AM America/New_York
At a time when the nation is weary of hearing “no, you can’t,” we believe that thinking in terms of harm reduction – offering safer but not necessarily risk-free alternatives – is crucial.