The U.S. and China disagree on a lot of issues, but they remain close allies. Why are the two countries so dependent on each other?
Mass shootings seem to spawn conspiracy theories more often than other events. Here's why. Continue reading →
It may sound paradoxical, but people in wealthier, developed nations die of preventable, chronic diseases. Which are the biggest killers?
From its capital city to its weather, it's time to mythbust a misconception or two about America's northern neighbor.
Christopher Columbus arrived in the New World in 1492, and more than 500 years later the holiday that bears his name is mired in controversy. Some think the explorer and his bloody life should not be lauded with a holiday. Are they right?
From its name to its food to its ethnicity, there are some things about the United Kingdom that aren't seen entirely accurately in American popular culture.
A 2015 poll found that more than 80 percent of Russians have negative opinions about the United States. What gives? The answer is wrapped in a long history of tension between the two countries.
The United States comprises 5 percent of the global population, but has experienced 31 percent of public mass shootings across the world between 1966 and 2012. Continue reading →
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