Our brains are wired to seek approval but may not be equipped to handle our modern existence.
A Virginia woman left unusual instructions for the Executor of her will, and it’s become something of a controversy.
Part One in a series of observations about health care and health insurance in light of the introduction of the House GOP’s health care plan.
The 2016 Republican Convention is barely halfway over, but some Republicans are already looking ahead to 2020.
President Obama is taking steps to reduce police militarization, but there’s much more that needs to be done.
Virginia Tech English prof Steven Salaita implores us to “Stop saying ‘support the troops.'”
While most of us buy homeowner’s insurance to protect against storm damage and theft, injuries caused by dogs account for a third of all damage payouts.
The New York Times breaks the shocking story (“That Cuddly Kitty Is Deadlier Than You Think”) that cats kill birds and small mammals.
Seniors face a variety of economy-based difficulties–but let’s criticizes the media!
Kevin Drum has been writing about his cat, Inkblot, most every Friday for the last decade. Sadly, he’s been missing since Tuesday night.
Babies who grow up with dogs and cats in the home are healthier, a new study finds.
Sometimes, the law can be an ass.
Apparently, the Federal Government believes it necessary to remind you that you can buy Christmas Trees.
Has the digitization of entertainment — DVRs, iPods, iPods, digital cameras, Netflix, and so forth — transformed it from fun into work?
Americans get apoplectic at stories of police officers shooting people’s pets but seem unphased when they shoot innocent human beings.