Looking at 18th century France and 2022, we can see how winning the lottery is not necessarily a low probability event.
More than the list we could take to the mall, we are influenced by the shopping nudges that stores use to boost our buying.
Called laissez-faire, Adam Smith’s prescription for less government in the economy relates to an island with no traffic lights.
Throughout history, in the United States and around the world, lawn history shows us why we want greener grass.
In a New York courtroom, defenders of Happy the Asian elephant’s animal rights were told if she is a person in the eyes of the law.
Several months ago, Tesla agreed to recall 53,822 self-driving vehicles that were programmed to roll through a stop sign. The company decided that vehicles moving at less than 5.6 miles an hour need not stop if the car detected no…
Hoping to move away from its male dominated space suit history, NASA is looking to the private sector for designs that include women.
Looked at through the lens of the airline, we can see that airplane real estate varies with the location and size of our seat.