President's record on the economy, foreign policy and energy all add up to a solid case for a second term
In a conversation with Robert Kirshner, the famed Harvard astrophysicist opens up about an 'extravagant universe'
Apps, online platforms offer innovative ways to dramatically improve how government operates
The late Apple icon may have changed the world, but egregious behavior begets a vicious cycle that has long-lasting consequences
The ground of being may not be directly detectable but understanding its presence is becoming more of a reality
We need to be responsibly planning for a potential nuclear-free future, as well as enact an effective feed-in tariff to strengthen the grid statewide
Peak oil exports highlight the need for the United States to find an alternative as quickly as possible
The bottom line is that the boundaries between philosophy and science are rather arbitrary and, arguably, even illusory
A search for the divine turns up some surprising personal discoveries along the journey
At a time of severe pain at the pump at home, a ban of U.S. gasoline exports could have a dramatic effect
To successfully wean ourselves off fossil fuels we must first educate ourselves about energy
Was Einstein wrong about the nature of time and determinism?
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