The real problem with useless vitamins and other supplements? A psychological side effect known as "illusory invulnerability."
Is it terrible to have to pay someone to care for your loved ones? Or could it actually be an effective way to establish a high standard of care?
Research shows that the advertising we see in childhood stays with us for a very, very long time.
In the late 1800s, a U.K. scheme lured lonely bachelors with newspaper advertisements supposedly placed by wealthy women.
Trained as a printmaker, this artist helped change American tattooing from a fringe behavior into an art form people use to express themselves.
Between 1950 and 1965, steamy novels about lesbian relationships, marketed to men, inadvertently offered closeted women much-needed representation.
China's ambitious Belt and Road Initiative involves significant funding for infrastructure projects around the world, aiming to improve trade and more.
In the early 20th century, the Country Life Movement tried to make rural life appeal to women. But it ignored many truths about farms and women alike.
Ralph H. Cameron staked mining claims around the Grand Canyon, seeking to privatize it. When the federal government fought back, he ran for Senate.
The resignation of Puerto Rico's Governor Ricardo Rosselló echoes an incident from the 1930s.