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Why was my flight canceled?

Don’t expect the flight cancellations and delays that plagued the July Fourth weekend to end any time soon. Ravi Sarathy, professor of international business and...

The viral magic behind the Gentleminions TikTok trend

If you've taken a trip to the cinema over the school holidays, you might have been bewildered by the sight of high school boys...

Why is Netflix’s ‘Stranger Things’ so popular?

Eleven, the Upside Down, Vecna, the Mind Flayer. If those words read like gibberish to you, then you’re behind on one of the largest pop...

Is Boris Johnson’s downfall an omen for Donald Trump?

Allegations of sexual misconduct by one of his senior officials forced the resignation of British Prime Minister Boris Johnson on Thursday. It was a surprising...

Homemade weapon used to assassinate former Japanese prime minister. What does this mean for...

Former Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe was assassinated at a rally on Friday, sending shockwaves through Japan and around the globe. Abe, who was Japan’s...

Insulin is an extreme financial burden for more than 14% of diabetics who use...

Scientists from Yale found that 14% of people who use insulin in the United States face what is described as a “catastrophic” level of...

More dogs in the neighborhood often means less crime

More people walking their dogs means less crime in high-trust neighborhoods. If you want to find a safe neighborhood to live in, choose one where...

The Supreme Court restricts the EPA’s power to curb climate change

In one of the final decisions of a consequential term, the Supreme Court ruled to limit the ability of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency...

Turning phones on silent increases, not decreases, phone checking

'Common sense' advice to halt smartphone distraction may actually be misguided. Telling people to turn their smartphones off, or set them on silent as a...

Is the Supreme Court doing away with the separation of church and state?

The Supreme Court recently ruled, 6-3, along party lines in favor of a public school football coach who lost his job after kneeling and...