Looking back from the modern day, we can see how the use of swear words has changed over time -- and how that change captures the essence of the evolving American psyche.
If you're not familiar with the term fanzine, it refers to fan-made, photocopied magazines that were once a huge part of pop culture.
When it comes to race, this anthropologist argues that too many people still mistake bigotry for science.
Here's the American Association of Physical Anthropologists position statement on the biological aspects of race.
When researchers matched thinking styles with political leanings, they found liberals tended to be analytic and conservatives holistic.
Life abroad in another country can be a cherished experience, but research suggests it might also help expand minds.
Today, Arab-American women are taking their culinary knowledge to a new level. Online cooking offers a whole new way of sharing food.
Danish DNA could be linked to happiness, research evaluating the mood of citizens of Denmark seems to suggest. Find out more here.
Since Don't Ask, Don't Tell was repealed, people of all sexual orientations can now serve our country, making LGBT people part of our diverse military culture.
Studies suggest that guys wearing red are considered to be more attractive and sexually desirable to women.
What is vocal fry? it's an interesting trend in the speech patterns of young college women who speak American English. Find out more here!
What exactly is the Slender Man? And, for that matter, what is a "Creepypasta"? Find out about Creepypasta and Slenderman here.