A study has found that you can improve your writing by simply typing more slowly.
The women who cover today's news 24 hours a day should snap a salute to their predecessors who covered World War II.
Based on new research by a sociologist, here are some ways to make more effective political arguments - no matter what side you're on?
A study of nearly a million tweets from over 10,000 Twitter users has found how Republicans and Democrats differ on social media.
Romantic intentions? According to new research, you might be more successful in finding love if you ask someone to send you email messages.
A big data analysis of state of the union remarks may actually change our view of American History.
Readers worldwide will rejoice at the publication of a newly-discovered book, What Pet Should I Get? by Dr Seuss.
In ancient times, the needs of an increasingly complex civilization encouraged the development of a cuneiform writing.
Do you like crime and mystery novels with surprise endings? The answer may be all in your personality.
Here are the novel word counts behind the greatest works of literature throughout history, from Shakespeare to J K Rowling and George R R Martin.
Through psychological theory and text-analyzing software, researchers have identified Shakespeare as an author of the play 'Double Falsehood.'
Does fiction take you away to another world? Turns out that there are actual changes in the brain that linger - at least for a few days - after reading a novel.
Researchers have been eavesdropping on ‘conversations’ between calves and their mothers — measuring the process of how cows communicate using detailed acoustic analysis for the first time. Cows say much ...
The question that’s more common than Porsche ownership itself: How is Porsche pronounced? Is it Porsh or more like Porsha?
Yet some talent is so profound that even early efforts signify genius. The tiny, hand-lettered, hand-bound books by the Brontë children surely qualify.
What do geniuses have in common with kindergarteners? Lousy spelling. Here are the 150 most commonly misspelled words. How many do you get wrong?
Fox TV has a modern-day hit on its hands with its retelling of the 1820 short story 'The Legend of Sleepy Hollow,' by American author Washington Irving.