Fewer people want to engage in a modern "spy vs. spy."
Pía Fuentes was a first-year student at a private Catholic university in Chile's capital when she noticed she had missed her period.
Jens David Ohlin, an expert on international war crimes, calls the tension between justice and peace a "classic dilemma that shows up everywhere."
"I would cut off my right hand if you find it.” That was the guarantee retired Columbia history professor Jens Ulff-Møller made that there was no word for “million” in Old English.
Pundits and the news media analyze everything from a candidate’s sartorial choices to his or her posture and body language. Cadence and accents are no less important.
Is the human skull—zombified or not—really weak enough to yield to a knife?
To better understand how big a role trees play in this carbon cycle, NASA has recently granted a spot aboard the International Space Station to an instrument to measure the carbon in Earth's forests.