The combination of data and maps is useful for a lot more than just helping you get from point A to point B. Think natural disasters, global supply chains and climate change.
Finding the stories of individual Jews who fought the Nazis publicly and at great peril helped a scholar see history differently: that Jews were not passive. Instead, they actively fought the Nazis.
The lesson in the presumed death of the mercenary leader two months after his mutiny against Putin: Don’t make yourself an enemy of Russia’s leader.
Astronomer Caroline Herschel’s work discovering and cataloging astronomical objects in the 18th century is still used in the field today, but she didn’t always get her due credit.
New findings from the La Brea Tar Pits in southern California suggest human-caused wildfires in the region, along with a warming climate, led to the loss of most of the area’s large mammals.
Fighting misinformation doesn’t have to involve restricting content or dampening people’s enthusiasm for sharing it. The key is turning bad habits into good ones.
Very few prisons offer credit-bearing college programs for inmates. That’s about to change.
National security scholar Gregory F. Treverton discusses the revolt by Russian mercenary leader Yevgeny Prigozhin and the U.S.’s response to the situation.
With the popularity of eclipses and meteor showers, USC Dornsife astronomy professor Vahe Peroomian shares his travel tips for viewing astronomical phenomena.