A new study says what should be obvious: people lose faith in relationships when their friends take shortcuts, AI-assisted or otherwise.
I asked a sociologist why I keep developing intense, obscure obsessions, only to lose interest in one and exchange it for another.
Before you post new photos of a crowded park or yell at a stranger to mask up, read this.
Surveillance footage is providing new insights into how humans interact in public. But should scientists be able to see it?
The syllabus now also talks about live-in relationships, gender equality and equal pay to keep up with current times.
Are we giving the homophobic, death penalty supporting senator a pass because he’s a phenomenal boxer?
This Halloween won't provide escape from toxic DC drama—just the opposite, in fact.
A new book explores the anxieties that come along with affluence. I asked the author why regular people should care.
And they're not going to do anything about it.
A sociologist explains what he thinks French media has to gain if the centrist candidate wins.
The company formerly known as TASER changed its name to Axon and is offering a free trial of its body cameras to every cop in America, but the plan raises alarming questions about the future of surveillance.