A century ago, teams from eight cities formally created the Negro National League. Three decades of stellar play followed.
Which words are considered taboo varies by place and time, scholars find.
Like its celebrated vampires, the Goth subculture has roots in a fascination with death and cultural transgression.
Obstacle courses can draw thousands of participants to a single event, but legal scholars say they need scrutiny.
We won't solve all of the pressing environmental problems, but we can help mitigate some.
What makes a name suddenly pop—and then die? Social scientists and historians have been puzzling over this for decades.
The lies most people tell on dating apps do serve a purpose.
"Wow, this really kind of tastes like turkey.”
It might not sound like a shocking conclusion, but there was surprisingly little research on the question.
Marathon entrants today are more likely to be seeking personal validation rather than competitive victory.