For the first time, researchers have evidence of exactly what dads are doing while moms are taking care of housework or tending to their child.
The men who were tried for their role in the 1994 Rwandan genocide that killed up to 1 million people want you to know that they're actually very good people.
One of the tactics that discourages student cheating may not work as well in courses that college students particularly dislike, a new study has found.
Researchers have—for just a fraction of a second—glimpsed an electron's-eye view of the world. That is, they have succeeded for the first time in tracking an electron leaving the vicinity of an atom as the atom absorbs ...
When the government gives citizens a personal stake in forested land, trees don't disappear as quickly and environmental harm slows down.
Researchers in the United States and Germany have just discovered a previously overlooked part of protein molecules that could be key to how proteins interact with each other inside living cells to carry out specialized functions.
People who tend to trust their intuition or to believe that the facts they hear are politically biased are more likely to stand behind inaccurate beliefs, a new study suggests.
Ethnic restaurants like to brag about how "authentic" they are.
Racial housing segregation had some unexpected relationships with how long both blacks and whites lived historically in the United States, a new study suggests.
The Russian government has persuaded many of its citizens to avoid websites and social media platforms that are critical of the government, a new study has found.