Wrapping paper is a striptease that hides and reveals, transforming otherwise ordinary objects into gifts.
Archaeologists at Florida's History Flight have dedicated themselves to a singular quest: finding lost World War II servicemen and bringing them home.
What can studies of human relationships tell us about whether or not we should trust artificial intelligence?
Homo sapiens evolved big brains not so that we could make tools but so that we could keep track of 150 friends and competitors.
Pregnancy loss is a common part of women's reproductive lives. Learning how women in different cultures process the experience can help all of us find meaning in misfortune.
A researcher immersed herself in the "sisterhood" of China’s female sex trade—and came away with an appreciation of its rules of conduct.