On the New York subway "Litefeet" dancers come on to the car with a small boombox and proceed to do a breakdance routine. But in 2014, the police started a serious crackdown on these dancers and began arresting them en masse.
Ever since its founding in 1954 by science fiction writer L. Ron Hubbard, Scientology has confused people about what it really is. Is it a religion? A cult? A commercial enterprise? Julia Wilde explains more about Scientology and its adherents.
China's coming lunar new year has stirred a debate over which zodiac creature is the correct one.
Millions of people get tattoos and live happily ever after with them. But others have a bit of "what was I thinking?!" remorse at some point. For them, the tricky process of tattoo removal lies ahead. Find out why losing your ink is so tough.
The United States has had in place a number of policies whose goal is to help struggling Native Americans. Have those initiatives worked? Trace explains.
When it comes to the behavior of the tiny great tit, majority rules, research shows.
This Fall, interstellar aspirations seem to be in the air with the release of the movie Interstellar and game Civilization: Beyond Earth -- what does this tell us about society?
With domestic violence cases much in the news of late, Tara takes a look at some statistics to help define the scope of the problem and wonders if perpetrators of abuse can be identified before they strike.
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