A few facts and figures about the mammogram industry's bottom line.
A letter to the man behind the theory
A letter to the father of evolution. Amazingly, he's still controversial.
On Darwin's birthday, a defense of his greatest theory
Despite this country's apparent modernism, the creationist movement once again is growing. The news media proclaimed a juryless trial in California as "Scopes II" and those who cling to the myth of progress wonder how the country could revert to the primitive state it was in when Darrow and Bryan battled it out in the hot summer of 1925 in Dayton, Tennessee. But the sad truth is that we have not progressed. Creationism never completely disappeared as a political, religious, and educational issue.
Research shows the longer you date, the happier your marriage. Unless you're Shirley Temple.
Shirley Temple dated her husband for two weeks and stayed with him for 55 years—but for most people, the longer you spend courting your spouse, the happier your marriage.
And he's more scatological than ever
Nobody among the current elite crew of megalomaniacal mixed-media artists has gone farther than Matthew Barney when it comes to rejecting the old-fashioned constraints of the art gallery in favor of the dramatic possibilities of film.
Fox Business is right to be scared of this provocative children's movie.
It's been mostly cheers for Michael Sam, except on the right—where it's been mostly silence. Can that change?
Plath's tragic death can make her seem legacy more important than it really is.
It was what came after that changed everything
It was the battles that came after it that really defined its impact.
Everyone is ready for a gay football player—except NFL execs and certain sports reporters, apparently.